noun, plural cab·bies. Informal.
Origin of cabby
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Part of doing business as a cabbie is trolling the streets for fares.
Librizzi has always struck me as an admirable man, rough-hewn as a New York cabbie.Red, Black, and Silver’ Just May Be Jackson Pollock’s Last Painting|Anthony Haden-Guest|January 18, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The cabbie picked me up at Union Station one evening during the Obama-Clinton primary battle.
His father was a cabbie; the family lived in public housing.
Now nearly everyone, from your cabbie to your masseur, can manage a few words in English.
The cabbie, a fiftyish man with a bald, wrinkled head and surprisingly bright blue eyes, nodded without turning his head.
"It is where kings and queens and great soldiers and scholars are buried," said cabbie.The Wedge of Gold|C. C. Goodwin
"Why, it is better than even that I still can," the cabbie said.
"Hey, that's a nice place," the cabbie said heartily, as they started off.
He gave the cabbie one of them and added another when the man's expression showed real pain.