Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A small framework with casters or rollers, and without a bottom, in which children learn to walk without danger of falling.
- n. A cabriolet formerly in use in England.
- n. A light form of village-cart.
- n. A small vehicle such as a child can draw.
- n. A hand-cart.
- n. Alternative form of go-cart. (framework for children learning to walk)
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. A framework moving on casters, designed to support children while learning to walk.
- n. A cart used to carry heavy items and pushed by a person; it may have one, two or four wheels.
- n. a small carriage in which a baby or child is pushed around.
- n. an enclosing framework on casters or wheels; helps babies learn to walk
- n. a small vehicle with four wheels in which a baby or child is pushed around
- n. wheeled vehicle that can be pushed by a person; may have one or two or four wheels
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“If you had to ride either a gocart or a Segway for life, which would you choose?”
“The husband, very wet as to hair and clean as to shirt, guarding the gocart outside while the woman accomplished her Saturday-night trading at”
“The husband, very damp as to hair and clean as to shirt, guarding the gocart outside while the woman accomplished her Saturday-night trading at Ding's or Halpin's.”
“They ate very simply, but she liked to take a long time to buy the few things they needed; she could not be bothered to cook anything for her dinner, hut made herself some cocoa and ate bread and butter; then she took the baby out in the gocart, and when she came in spent the rest of the afternoon in idleness.”
“That is to say, he hauled a nickel-plated marlinespike thing toward him, shoved another one away from him, took a twist on the steerin 'wheel, the gocart coughed like a horse with the heaves, started up some sort of buzz-planer underneath, and then we begun to move.”
“Twas only when he got aboard that -- that ungodly, kerosene-smellin ', tootin', buzzin ', Old Harry's gocart of his that the craziness begun to show.”
“Then they got this fellow Babbitt to follow me around with that cursed gocart, and I haven't had a moment's peace since.”
“And the powers above, with a mismanagement which struck their petitioner dumb, sent a wagon -- only a wagon -- and it was a gocart for the baby, and”
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