- cab + -ie. (Wiktionary)
“I called back at the cabbie, who was leaning out his side window, a little befuddled, but even he was smiling some, in his slightly jaded D. C.-cabbie way.”
“In the sentence “Where can I get scrod?”, the cabbie is apparently taking “get scrod” as the periphrastic passive voice of “screw”.”
“Update on funny BBC mistake: "cabbie" is an IT expert from the Congo”
“The thing is, being a cabbie is more than just taking someone from one address to another.”
“Beinga late night cabbie is the best time for it as you can obscure a lot in the presence of drunken passengers.”
“A punting cabbie is a bit stressed when he has to give Holmes a ride, and ends up in the middle of an assassination plot, and loses his ring-in rat terrier.”
“And to you Acworth — im into my third vodka stinger and will shortly call cabbie to take me to see Ralph at the Intercontinental four blocks from my townhouse to give him one big Christian hug.”
“The cabbie was a jovial-looking guy with a checkered cap.”
“(I found out recently how useful this advice is when I left my book bag in a cab and was able to call the cabbie later to retrieve it.)”
“Here we are," called the cabbie, and Jurgis awakened his companion.”
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