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cabby

[kab-ee] /ˈkæb i/
noun, plural cabbies. Informal.
1.
Also, cabbie.
Origin
1855-1860
1855-60; cab(driver) + -y2
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  • 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.
  • Then they asked the cabby to let out the reins, and not try to pull tho race.
British Dictionary definitions for cabby

cabbie

/ˈkæbɪ/
noun (pl) -bies
1.
(informal) a cab driver
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