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Parf of speech: Noun, OED Year: 1773, OED Evaluation: N/A

A light one-horse (sometimes two-horse) vehicle, for one or two persons. Those in use in America have four wheels; those in England and India, two; in India there is a hood. (In recent use, esp. in U.S., India, and former British colonies.)

...and then, and she was expecting uncle Johnny, went down the str-- trains station in Beaverton and there wasn't even a telegraph, a nothing, she went down in a horse-and-buggy and John-Wallace came home in a pine box.
Anyway, and ah, they sat sic-- thirteen people down at the table for dinner that night and then they got on the horse-and-buggies and all came down to meet the train coming up from the Chicago-World's-Fair with all the men on it and the horses.
Yeah. You won't see one in Beaverton. I've only seen like two buggies before in Beaverton.