Entry: pram (n.)
In context: "There was nothing coherent in the mother-death-cosmology and apologies she'd repeated over and over, inclined over that auto-wobbled lens propped up in the plaid-sided pram."
Definition: A carriage for a baby or young child, designed to be pushed by a person on foot; (now usually) one consisting of a cradle-like structure mounted on four wheels, with a handle for pushing and a hood.
SNOOT score: 1
Source: Oxford English Dictionary