The drosky is in itself a curiosity as a means of locomotion.
A kind of drosky with a single pony harnessed to the near side of the pole.
I immediately sent for a drosky, and drove to Mariengasse, where Adolf had taken a little room.
The covered carriage known as a drosky is a rather lumbering vehicle on four wheels.
“Now I will put you into a drosky,” said he, leading the way to where they stood outside the station.
The drosky is an odd-looking fleet sort of cab, which barely seats two.
Five minutes afterward they had mounted the drosky to drive to Pampeln.
Having secured my room, I mounted a drosky and hurried to a bath.
I wonder where else the two shillings I paid for the drosky would have purchased so much delight.
Mounted in a drosky, I hurried from church to church, from convent to convent, and from quarter to quarter.