noun, plural drosh·kies.
Origin of droshky
Examples from the Web for droshky
Bazarov turned round and saw the pale face of Nikolai Petrovitch, who was sitting in the droshky.Fathers and Children|Ivan Sergeevich Turgenev
So saying, he got into a droshky and continued to shout all the time to the coachman “Drive hard!”The Mantle and Other Stories|Nicholas Gogol
The depths beneath must be great, for sometimes my droshky is nearly submerged, and the lava-like stream floods our small vehicle.
I was coming here to you on a droshky till I saw this lady standing out on the balcony; then I seized her, and we came on foot.Children of the Soil|Henryk Sienkiewicz
Then she dragged Sylvia with her to a droshky, put her in, and said good night.Sylvia & Michael|Compton Mackenzie