American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A small, light, one-horse carriage usually having four wheels in the United States and two wheels in Great Britain.
- n. A baby carriage.
- n. A passenger or recreational vehicle, usually with oversized tires, designed for off-road use.
- n. Informal An automobile.
- n. Chiefly Southern U.S. A shopping cart, especially for groceries.
- adj. Infested with bugs.
- adj. Slang Crazy.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Infested with bugs.
- n. A name given to several species of carriages or gigs. In India, a gig with a large hood to screen those who travel in it from the sun's rays.
- n. In coal-mining, a small wagon used for transporting coal from the working-face to the gangway.
- n. A small horse-drawn cart
- n. A small motor vehicle, such as a dune buggy
- n. UK A pushchair; a stroller
- n. informal A shopping cart or trolley
- adj. Infested with insects
- adj. computing Containing programming errors
- adj. Resembling an insect
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. Infested or abounding with bugs.
- n. engraving A light one horse two-wheeled vehicle.
- n. U.S. A light, four-wheeled vehicle, usually with one seat, and with or without a calash top.
- adj. informal or slang terms for mentally irregular
- adj. infested with bugs
- n. a small lightweight carriage; drawn by a single horse
- Origin unknown. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“They had a cafe, and the man had what he called a buggy, and he'd load it with sandwiches and bring it through the mill, and we could buy sandwiches off of it.”
“Sad that living the way we did for thousands of years until someone figured out how to put a motor in a buggy is considered “radical.””
“I chose the porcelin buggy you see here, in pink, from another store, and put the flowers in it.”
“A true classic, if you like cringingly cheesy and clumsily macho - and the dune buggy is a really classy touch.”
“Finally Jim brought the buggy from the hotel, and they picked up their lighter parcels.”
“In a word, they are "buggy" - and thus, other scientists would find it impossible to replicate their experimental results.”
“The guy in the buggy was a tough one to believe too but the ending was the best.”
“Ms. DEARIE: But I liked the song, and I could sort of relate to that being from the country and the horse and buggy, which is something I always liked.”
“With a flash of insight, she realized the buggy was a microcosm of her marriage to Lonnie.”
“There were more than a dozen people in the wagon this English beauty drove; in the buggy was a tall woman, a short Italian, and the old lord himself, his left leg now a heavily bandaged stump.”
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