[ tak-see-muhn ]

noun,plural tax·i·men.Chiefly British.
  1. a taxi driver.

Origin of taximan

First recorded in 1920–25; taxi + -man

Words Nearby taximan Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2023

How to use taximan in a sentence

  • He fumbled under his overcoat for loose silver, drew out a handful and paid off the taximan.

    Dope | Sax Rohmer
  • There he found Sowerby, very red faced and humid, and a taximan who sat stolidly surveying the Embankment from the window.

    The Yellow Claw | Sax Rohmer
  • An angry snarling, suggesting that of a wild animal disturbed in its lair, proclaimed the arousing of taximan Thomas Brian.

    The Yellow Claw | Sax Rohmer
  • And I used to think the old cabbies could drive, but their job was child's play to the taximan's!

    The Thousandth Woman | Ernest W. Hornung