Definitions

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  • n. Alternative form of droshky.

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Examples

  • We carried our scanty luggage to a droschke, for there seemed to be no porters.

    Greenmantle

  • The driver gathered up the reins, cracked his whip, and the big-bodied droschke went swerving round the corner, clattering gutturally on the cobbled stone pavement.

    Maurice Guest

  • And so he sat with his arm round Ephie, who pressed her face against his shoulder, while the droschke jolted over the cobbled streets, and Johanna held herself pale and erect on the opposite seat.

    Maurice Guest

  • As she spoke, she nodded to the old woman who opened the door to say that the droschke waited below.

    Maurice Guest

  • Downstairs, in the rain-soaked street, Maurice found the droschke-driver waiting for his fare.

    Maurice Guest

  • He put her in a covered droschke, himself carrying the bags, for he could not find a porter.

    Maurice Guest

  • A droschke passed, and she tried to hail it; but she did not like to advance too far out of the shadow, on account of her bare head.

    Maurice Guest

  • The evening before, as he turned out of the BRUDERSTRASSE, a closed droschke turned into it.

    Maurice Guest

  • Americans, for whom a droschke was in waiting to take them back to the town.

    Maurice Guest

  • Not a droschke was to be seen; and they were half-way home before they met one.

    Maurice Guest

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