cabman[ kab-muh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF cabman
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He remained behind, and paid the cabman out of his own loose silver.
The cabman went on with his leisurely preparations as if Stevie had not existed.
And looking at the cabman, Stevie perceived this clearly, because he was reasonable.
"'Ere we are, sir," said the cabman's nephew, pausing at the head of the steps.
The cabman druv 'im to somewhere on South Street, by the wharves.
The Tuttle person now approached his cabman, who had waited beside the curb.
The latter hereupon addressed the cabman who had now come up.
Then to my amazement Cousin Egbert insisted that our cabman should sit at table with us.
He stepped back and confronted the cabman, who was rubbing his eyes.
"See if you can hear the address that lady gives her cabman," he whispered.