- a person who saunters
- a wanderer; esp., an itinerant actor
- a vagrant
- a light, chairlike baby carriage, usually collapsible, with openings for the legs at the front
- One who strolls: elderly strollers in the park.
- A carriage with three or four wheels and often having a retractable hood, that is pushed while walking to transport a infant or young child.
- An itinerant actor or performer.
- A vagabond.
- A seat or chair on wheels, pushed by somebody walking behind it, typically used for transporting babies and young children.
- One who strolls.
- A vagrant.
- Men's semiformal daytime dress comprising a grey or black single- or double-breasted coat, grey striped or checked formal trousers, a grey or silver necktie, and a grey, black or buff waistcoat.
- Do you plan on purchasing a stroller you can use with a newborn and later with your toddler as she grows, or do you want a stroller for a particular use, such as a jogging stroller?
- Pets suffering from arthritis and other degenerative disorders may not be able to endure a standard walk, but put them in a stroller, and they can still get fresh air and enough mental stimulation to keep them alert and happy.
- If you will mainly use the stroller to wheel the baby around while you shop, then you may want a car seat stroller, which allows a baby's car seat to be attached to the stroller frame and wheels.
- After weighing all of these issues, you can then decide if you want to purchase a metal stroller that will last for quite a while, or a plastic stroller that may need to be replaced eventually.
- While many umbrella strollers may fit in the overhead compartment, you may need to have the airline staff tag your stroller for you, so that you can pick it up as soon as your plane lands.