Baby-bouncer

Baby-bouncer

n
(Furniture) trademark a seat on springs suspended from a door frame, etc, in which a baby may be placed for exercise
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Stuck in his baby-bouncer, wee James doesn't have much say in the matter.
An illegal immigrant strangled his girlfriend in the bedroom of the house they shared and left their three-month old daughter unfed and crying in a baby-bouncer downstairs, a court was told yesterday.