Thus ran his thoughts as the woman alighted from the gharry and crossed the compound.
The door of the gharry was narrow, and they could only come at me one at a time.
He was a short distance beyond the mouth of the alleyway when a gharry rolled by.
Whenever the gharry thrashed over the tram-lines, she closed her eyes.
For an hour over a road beside which the Corniche is commonplace indeed, the gharry rolled on.
He made no other movement, no gesture, no sign, and remained facing in the new direction after the gharry had swung out of sight.
"I can't ever thank you enough," she told him as they left the gharry and entered the hotel.
At last I managed to pick up a gharry and here I am, full of contrition for my bad behaviour.
In the street he found a gharry after a while and drove to his hotel.
We got out of the gharry and clambered into dwellings airy like packing crates, or descended into places sinister like cellars.