The cabby turned at him his enormous and inflamed countenance truculently.
“I am a night cabby, I am,” he whispered, with a sort of boastful exasperation.
In the background the cabby loitered, gnawed by insatiable curiosity.
When we shake them off, we can have the cabby take us to the hotel.
Immediately the square of darkling sky was eclipsed by the cabby's face.
With these two old eyes I observe that the gentleman does not pay his cabby.
The cabby had a foot upon the step when Kirkwood tapped his shoulder.
Where shall I tell the cabby to go this time, Miss Calendar?
"I think he's right," remarked the Tuttle person when the cabby had finished.
No, Minnie, I've got it; here you are, cabby—none of your ways with me.