Cabbies

Antonyms of CABBIES

Examples of usage:

  1. Dukes and lords are as common as cabbies are in New York. "Castle Craneycrow" by George Barr McCutcheon
  2. He questioned the matron, ticket- men, cabbies, policemen- everybody. "The Road to Understanding" by Eleanor H. Porter
  3. He was aroused by the voice of Ginsling out of his day- dream to realize that several cabbies were exerting the utmost of their lung power in crying up the merits of their respective hotels. "From Wealth to Poverty" by Austin Potter
  4. Then, doubtless, in a considerate and honest spirit- for there are still some considerate and honest cabbies in London- he tried to explain matters. "With Zola in England" by Ernest Alfred Vizetelly
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