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Go-cart   Listen
go-cart, gocart  n.  
A framework moving on casters, designed to support children while learning to walk.
Synonyms: walker, baby-walker.
A cart used to carry heavy items and pushed by a person; it may have one, two or four wheels.
Synonyms: handcart, pushcart, cart.
A small carriage in which a baby or child is pushed around.
Synonyms: baby buggy, baby carriage, perambulator, pram, stroller, pushchair, pusher.

Collaborative International Dictionary of English 0.48

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"Go-cart" Quotes from Famous Books

... someone who hasn't even seen a snapshot of you. I'll tell the world that. During the first twenty minutes I answered two false alarms. One was a gasoline truck going the wrong way and the other turns out to be an R. F. D. flivver with a baby's go-cart tied on the side. It was good and hot on the perch I'd picked out and I could feel the sun doing things to the back of my neck and ears, but I didn't dare climb down for fear I'd ...
— Torchy and Vee • Sewell Ford

... is, one never really knows one's hosts and hostesses. One gets to know their fox-terriers and their chrysanthemums, and whether the story about the go-cart can be turned loose in the drawing-room, or must be told privately to each member of the party, for fear of shocking public opinion; but one's host and hostess are a sort of human hinterland that one never ...
— Reginald • Saki

... chunk to a place where it would melt quick, and expressed a hope we'd follow it. With that he hopped into his go-cart and pulled for town, larruping the poor horse sinful. We had the pleasure of seeing the animile turn the outfit into the gully in return for the compliment. They scrambled in again and disappeared from view. Then Aggy reached out his ...
— Red Saunders' Pets and Other Critters • Henry Wallace Phillips

... would be puzzled to cut a willow whistle or mend the baby's go-cart with such a knife as this; but still, it will not do to despise stone cutlery. There is a big canoe in one of the Government buildings that is sixty feet long. That boat was made in quite recent times, and only stone knives and hatchets were used ...
— The Junior Classics Volume 8 - Animal and Nature Stories • Selected and arranged by William Patten

... musingly, "I didn't know the critter was weak in his top riggin' or I wouldn't have gone with him in the fust place. And he wan't real loony, nuther. 'Twas only when he got aboard that—that ungodly kerosene-smellin', tootin', buzzin', Old Harry's go-cart of his that the craziness begun to show. There's so many of them weak-minded city folks from the Ocean House comes perusin' 'round here summers, nowadays, that I cal'lated he was just an average specimen, and ...
— The Boy Scouts Book of Stories • Various

... finest sunrises ever seed,' said the Gypsy girl. 'Dordi! the Gorgios come to see our sunrises,' she continued, with the pride of an owner of Snowdon. 'You know this is the only way to see the hills. You may ride up the Llanberis side in a go-cart.' ...
— Aylwin • Theodore Watts-Dunton

... sure I wish we could think of anything that would quiet him. If we had only his go-cart, now, or his wooden lamb, with the white wool upon it, that he is so fond of ... But ...
— The Settlers at Home • Harriet Martineau

... Grandmother has on the new-fashioned Petticoat, except that the Modern is gather'd at the Waste; my Grandmother appears as if she stood in a large Drum, whereas the Ladies now walk as if they were in a Go-Cart. For all this Lady was bred at Court, she became an Excellent Country-Wife, she brought ten Children, and when I shew you the Library, you shall see in her own Hand (allowing for the Difference of the Language) the best Receipt now in England ...
— The Spectator, Volumes 1, 2 and 3 - With Translations and Index for the Series • Joseph Addison and Richard Steele

... you've some reason to be so. You hain't had so easy a spell on it, no how, and I don't wonder as how you're no little airnest to get off. Well, you won't have to wait for me. I've jest got through mending my little go-cart—though, to be sure, it don't look, no how, like the thing it was. The rigilators made awful sad work of the box and body, and, what with patching and piecing, there's no two ...
— Guy Rivers: A Tale of Georgia • William Gilmore Simms

Words linked to "Go-cart" :   pusher, laundry cart, truck, handgrip, shopping cart, cart, handle, pram, framework, wheelbarrow, applecart, pushcart, barrow, hand truck, baby-walker, bassinet, lawn cart, handcart, hold, carriage, garden cart, baby carriage, baby buggy

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