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drosky

[dros-kee] /ˈdrɒs ki/
noun, plural droskies.
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  • The drosky is in itself a curiosity as a means of locomotion.

    The Land of Thor J. Ross Browne
  • If Monsieur pleases, we will take a drosky and visit some of the gardens?

    The Land of Thor J. Ross Browne
  • Five minutes afterward they had mounted the drosky to drive to Pampeln.

    Artist and Model

    Ren de Pont-Jest
  • Another variety, the droitzschka or drosky, was a modification of the Russian vehicle of that name.

    Carriages & Coaches Ralph Straus
  • The drosky seems to have given the idea to Mr. David Davies for his pilentum, which was very similar in appearance.

    Carriages & Coaches Ralph Straus
  • The driver of our drosky drove us over the rough cobbles so rapidly, despite the hill, that we were almost overturned.

    Woman as Decoration

    Emily Burbank
  • A kind of drosky with a single pony harnessed to the near side of the pole.

    The Browning Cyclopdia Edward Berdoe
  • The covered carriage known as a drosky is a rather lumbering vehicle on four wheels.

    In and Around Berlin Minerva Brace Norton
  • I immediately sent for a drosky, and drove to Mariengasse, where Adolf had taken a little room.

    The Jews of Barnow Karl Emil Franzos
  • At night when we are waiting we can get into the drosky and sleep, while it is terrible without shelter.

    Condemned as a Nihilist George Alfred Henty

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