buggy

[adj] - infested with bugs 2. [n] - a small lightweight carriage
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Buggy

• (a.) Infested or abounding with bugs. • (n.) A light, four-wheeled vehicle, usually with one seat, and with or without a calash top. • (n.) A light one horse two-wheeled vehicle.
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buggy

adjective infested with bugs
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Buggy

[automobile] Buggy is generally used to refer to any lightweight automobile with off road capabilities and sparse bodywork. Most are built either as a kit car or from scratch. ==History== Originally used to describe very lightweight horse drawn vehicles for one or two persons, the term was extended to lightweight automobiles as they became ...
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Buggy

Bug'gy adjective [ From Bug .] Infested or abounding with bugs.
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Buggy

Bug'gy noun ; plural Buggies . 1. A light one horse two- wheeled vehicle. [ Eng.] « Villebeck prevailed upon Flora to drive with him to the race in a buggy . Beaconsfield. » 2. A light, four-wheeled vehicle, usually with one seat, and with or ...
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Buggy

Buggy is American slang for insane.
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Buggy

Buggy was a name given to several species of carriages or gigs: in England, a buggy was a light one-horse two-wheeled vehicle without a hood; in the United States, a buggy was a light one-horse four-wheeled vehicle, with or without a hood or top; in India, a buggy was a gig with a large hood to screen those who travelled in it from the sun's rays.
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Buggy

It helps carry a golfer's bag of clubs around the course or it is also referred to as a passenger golf cart. Buggy is one of the basic golf terms.
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buggy

light, hooded (with a folding, or falling, top), two- or four-wheeled carriage of the 19th and early 20th centuries, usually pulled by one horse. In ...
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Buggy

Powered cart used to transport golfer and equipment around the course.
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