noun, plural drosh·kies.
Words nearby droshky
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