There is no difficulty in getting two rickshaws, and how they spin along.
"Rickshaws" are charming; I spent every spare minute riding about in one.
Pigs are not always allowed the luxury of riding in rickshaws.
This did not apply to the rickshaws, for they were run by Zulus and charged by the hour.
The two left the cafe-veranda and engaged a pair of rickshaws.
Then an endless succession of rickshaws streams up to the courtyard, winding like a file of glow-worms up Observatory Hill.
It was after midnight when the dictator of the feast rose, and then ladies and their cavaliers could make for their rickshaws.
Some were fixed, others belonged to the rickshaws of the careless, open-spoken English folk, going out to dinner.
Worth any dozen of these little bow-wows that run round after rickshaws,' said Mrs. Mickie, with candour.
A soaking rain fell, and all the sahibs hailed 'rickshaws,—they call them 'ricks here,—and the wind was chillier than the rain.