Any of several early bicycles having pedals attached to the front wheel.(noun)
An early bicycle propelled by pushing the feet along the ground while straddling the vehicle.(noun)
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Use "velocipede" in a sentence
"Personally, I think a velocipede is about Cecil's form, and it's absolute insult to a pony like Bobs to ask him to carry him!"
"A craze for three years, the gizmo was also known as a velocipede a bicycle before the bicycle; with no pedals you “walked” it along."
"Propped against the sleek spokes of a velocipede was a shiny sled of just the sort he had always wanted as a boy."