cab

Part of speech: noun

A one horse public carriage; the covered part of a locomotive.

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Usage examples "cab":

  1. Pausing at the door, while the porter dashed out to call a cab, we saw, in the wall mirror, a pair of wild black eyes following us quite despairingly from behind the palms at the other end of the room. - "Youth and the Bright Medusa", Willa Cather.
  2. " The finest cab- horse in London, my dear Colonel, and every one knows how proud I was of him. - "What Will He Do With It, Book 7.", Edward Bulwer-Lytton.
  3. I'll call a cab, and take you myself. - "The Machine", Upton Sinclair.