That afternoon then he stepped out of the hôtel and engaged a fiacre—a taximeter would be of no use, Paul thought.
He glanced at the dial of his taximeter, which had registered one franc twenty-five, and pulled the flag up.
Adieus were said, and Paul found himself again in his taximeter cab.
The hotel clerk handed her into a taximeter cab, and gave the address to the driver.
We purred extravagantly up the Avenue, and how horrified Aunt Lyddy would be at the taximeter!
As certain as your name's Joe Billings The taximeter points at fifteen shillings.
taximeter, tak-sim′e-tėr, n. an instrument attached to cabs for indicating the fare due for the distance travelled.
The figure stopped to read the taximeter, shook his fist at the chauffeur, and approached me, muttering audibly.
He called a taximeter cab, and drove rapidly to Berkeley Square.
She stepped into the taximeter and drove away, with a farewell nod, abrupt although not altogether unkindly.