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  • n. Plural form of buggy.


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  • As soon as it was dark the men began to arrive in buggies and in hacks, in hotel buses, on horseback, and afoot – men of all sorts and conditions, gentlemen, hoodlums, and all the gradations between.

    Madeleine: An Autobiography

  • Men -- Americans -- driving along in buggies or runabouts looked at

    Chapter 1

  • – We left Serambang before daylight on Thursday in buggies, escorted by Captain Murray, the buggies, as usual, being lent by the Chinese "Capitans."

    The Golden Chersonese and the Way Thither

  • The carriage part of the establishment consisted of two "buggies" -- so called always in the bush -- open carriages on four wheels, one of which was intended to hold two and the other four sitters.

    Harry Heathcote of Gangoil

  • The ads suggested that I was the kind of parent who still had energy for world travel and stolen intimacies with something other than my pillow: "While some buggies out there offer more positions than the Kama Sutra ... our buggies are the bees knees."

    Pamela Weymouth Bass: In Search of the Liberated Stroller

  • Step2 urged consumers to stop using the recalled buggies immediately. - Local News

  • The push handles on the recalled buggies are attached by a pin with a yellow knob on the head.

    Newsvine - Get Smarter Here

  • It would technically and correctly be the horse-and-carriage culture, as what outsiders commonly call buggies - the gray or black enclosed, one-horse-power vehicles depicted on postcards and tourist tchotchke - are really carriages, while in the lexicon of the plain people, buggies are less ubiquitous one-seat, open transports.

    Berks county news

  • The single-player campaign introduced a number of vehicles, namely the buggies, the tanks and the battle walkers.


  • Northamptonshire trading standards officials have reassured parents there was no need to recall buggies from a Long Buckby-based manufacturer even though it has done so in the US.



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