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- n. The driver of a hack
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The driver of a hack or carriage for public hire.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The driver or keeper of a hack or public carriage.
I called a hackman, for my reading taught me what to do, and I told him to drive me to the Rookery.
De Forest, once more himself, got their baggage checked to Jenkintown, and calling a hackman, as he had left his own team in the stable, they were driven to Mitchell's.
A kind of hackman general seemed to have the whole matter of transportation in his hands.
Remember the movie Mississippi Burning? when gene hackman goes to that little social club over the barber shop and grabs the guy by the balls and then stares down the deputy? when the deputy was scared shitless and his eyes rolled around in his head like bb's in a nickel hand game where you rolled them into a hole.
Then there was a clamorous demand for “wharfage,” and the hackman charged half a dollar for taking me a quarter of a mile.
Two black men died as a result of the rioting, including William Randall, the hackman.
They even attacked a black hackman, William Randall, beat him, took his hack from him, and drove it down King Street.
"The Duke's Delight," he told the hackman, naming a hostel he'd have no trouble affording.
"Here y'are, gents," the hackman, reining in in front of the great neoclassical hall that housed the Lagoan Guild of Mages.
A fine house on a corner lot was shown me which had been bought with the savings of a hackman.
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