The cabby, sensing something was not quite right with his passenger, called the police.
The cabby started his horse round the corner into the avenue.
For the English are accustomed to Shakespeare, and to the London cabby.
You mustn't 'ave much flesh and blood, as a cabby, I tell you.
So much I read on her paper while the cabby dropped a grin from his perch.
cabby was certainly here at his best—the bow was unstrung, and he seemed to be enjoying himself.
The cabby turned at him his enormous and inflamed countenance truculently.
But it broke the spell this time and I had my cabby unload my bags on the bank and bade him good-night.
In the background the cabby loitered, gnawed by insatiable curiosity.
Where shall I tell the cabby to go this time, Miss Calendar?