Primitive woman carried her naked baby in her arms; modern woman pushes her much-dressed infant in a perambulator.
Poor Dahlia, she'll be frightened when she sees the perambulator gone.
You ask for a perambulator as if it were a sixpenny-ha'penny toy!
Mr. Trew gazed for a few moments at a baby in a perambulator.
Lower down was a nurse girl wheeling a perambulator and leading a second child by the hand.
With his foot he drew the perambulator a little nearer to him.
You ought to be wheeled about on the snow in a perambulator.
You must not loiter with a perambulator, and you must not go too fast.
All kinds of overturned vehicles, from an omnibus to a perambulator, from a carriage to a hand-cart, were everywhere to be found.
It was Peter, but a Peter who has changed some since perambulator days,—just as Honora has changed some.