One who strolls: elderly strollers in the park. (noun)
A light chairlike carriage with three of four wheels for transporting small children.(noun)
An itinerant actor or performer.(noun)
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Use "stroller" in a sentence
"I feel my stroller is an obsence spectacle of bigness and unwieldiness and I hate to be such a bother ..."
"I’d like to avoidgetting a twin stroller if possible by wearing the baby and pushing Lil (if stroller is needed) or baby in stroller and Lil walking."
"The stroller is jammed in the doorway and I get up to help."