Thesaurus / cabbie

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The cabbie, a fiftyish man with a bald, wrinkled head and surprisingly bright blue eyes, nodded without turning his head.

Occasion for DisasterGordon Randall Garrett

"It is where kings and queens and great soldiers and scholars are buried," said cabbie.

The Wedge of GoldC. C. Goodwin

"Why, it is better than even that I still can," the cabbie said.

Occasion for DisasterGordon Randall Garrett

"Hey, that's a nice place," the cabbie said heartily, as they started off.

Occasion for DisasterGordon Randall Garrett

He gave the cabbie one of them and added another when the man's expression showed real pain.

Occasion for DisasterGordon Randall Garrett

He was afraid to try to go through his companion's pockets, however; and besides the cabbie might be on the watch.

The JungleUpton Sinclair

The cabbie turned aside into a paved drive and halted his taxi beside a large building that had a distinct air of gentility.

Trading Jeff and his DogJames Arthur Kjelgaard

Cabbie gave up trying to explain the majesty of the great Abbey to one so utterly obtuse as Sedgwick seemed to be.

The Wedge of GoldC. C. Goodwin

"See that the cabbie—hic—is paid," was the other's response; and he linked his arm in Jurgis'.

The JungleUpton Sinclair

Cabbie looked at him for an instant, then whipped up his horses and hurried him to the hotel.

The Wedge of GoldC. C. Goodwin

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