Sentence for buggy | Use buggy in a sentence

Sentences for buggy. The sentences below are ordered by length from shorter and easier to longer and more complex. They use buggy in a sentence, providing visitors a sentence for buggy.

  • I just want her to see the man that made our buggy. (9)
  • They went back to the steps, and he mounted his buggy. (9)
  • He mounted to his buggy, and drove thoughtfully away at a walk. (9)
  • They both faced about, and stood looking at the mare, and the light, shining, open buggy behind her. (9)
  • He flung the harness upon his old unkempt horse, and tackled him to the mud-encrusted buggy, for whose shabbiness he had never cared before. (9)

Also see sentences for: carriage, coach, conveyance, gig, sulky, vehicle.

Definition of buggy:

  • buggy, bug’i, n. a name given to several kinds of light carriages or gigs | in america, a light one-horse, four-wheeled vehicle with one seat; in england, two-wheeled; in india, provided with a hood to ward off the sun. (0)

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