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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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In London, also, on Saturday night there was a thunder- storm, and my brother reached Waterloo in a cab.
No cab came by, but the street boys did, and got interested in the show, apparently, and stopped.
Paul's landing--a mode of travel which was much more to the Admiral's taste than 'bus or cab.
I got the express wagons and cabs mostly for $5; but the trucks and two-horse teams mostly raised me to $10.
More is done, or considered to be done--which does as well--by taking cabs, and
There is only one cab in Lyvern," said Miss Wilson.
Utterson reflected; and then, raising his head, "If you will come with me in my cab," he said, "I think I can take you to his house.
Moved by these counsels, he turned at once to the Caledonian Station, passed (not without alarm) into the bright lights of the approach, redeemed his portmanteau from the cloak-room, and was soon whirling in a cab along the Glasgow Road.
An instant afterwards he gave a little cry of satisfaction, and, following the direction of his eager eyes, I saw that a hansom cab with a man inside which had halted on the other side of the street was now proceeding slowly onward again.
Archer found a cab and drove to the Somerset Club for breakfast.
Cab whistles blowing frantically in all directions.
With a low groan of misery, she threw herself back in the cab.
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.