cabby

[kab-ee]
noun, plural cabbies. Informal.
Also, cabbie.


Origin:
1855–60; cab(driver) + -y2

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cabbie or cabby (ˈkæbɪ)
 
n , pl -bies
informal a cab driver
 
cabby or cabby
 
n

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Example sentences
In contrast, the cabby is content with using his primitive umbrella during
  rainy weather.
If you're interested in overpriced trinkets churned out in sweatshops, take
  your cabby's offer.
Both the cabby and the killer are captured but the former receives a small
  sentence.
Then the cabby bounced him oat and painted his eye a beautiful cerulean blue.
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