cab


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Synonyms for cab

a compartment at the front of a motor vehicle or locomotive where driver sits

small two-wheeled horse-drawn carriage

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a car driven by a person whose job is to take passengers where they want to go in exchange for money

ride in a taxicab

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References in classic literature ?
He must go, leave the house unguarded, find a cab, and return - return after an absence?
So wily was he that he had not trusted himself upon foot, but he had availed himself of a cab so that he could loiter behind or dash past them and so escape their notice.
The rain was so sudden: nobody was prepared; and everybody had to take a cab.
She instantly was conveyed away from him, and her cab joined the knotted stream of vehicles, each marked by a light, and indistinguishable one from the other.
You will also kindly note for your own future convenience that to-day is not Friday, August the twenty-seventh, but Saturday, August the twenty-eighth, and that you sat senseless in your cab for twenty-eight hours upon the Rotherfield hill.
While we were still trying to understand each other, a cab passed slowly at some little distance.
No sooner had the Son promised than he received a stinging blow from the paternal walking-stick, and by the time he had counted to seventy-five had the unhappiness to see the old man jump into a waiting cab and whirl away.
It was still early in the day when a lady arrived, in a cab from the railway, at the Sheep's Head Hotel.
When the servant appeared, he told the man to fetch a cab.
He leaned back in the cab, and I could see by his drawn brow and his vacant eye that he was thinking intently.
The cab had been left round the corner--round several corners for all I know.
But I'm allowed to meet her with a cab at the Grand Central Station to-morrow evening at the 8.
He had worked on Bill's feelings so successfully as to elicit a loan of a million dollars, and was just proceeding to marry him to Elizabeth, when the cab stopped with the sudden sharpness peculiar to New York cabs, and he woke up, to find himself at his destination.
Bruff seized me by the arm, and hurried me into a cab.
We had hardly proceeded a third of the way down the Avenue Road when I saw a cab draw up at a house a few doors below us, on the opposite side of the way.