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Definition of "cabby" [cabby]

  • A cabdriver. (noun)
  • A cab driver (noun)

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Use "cabby" in a sentence
  • "When we told him there wasn't a trace of Tracey our cabby was being a touch churlish, as Ms. Emin is a native who really put Margate on the map, or of Mr. Hirst in the opening exhibition, he expressed surprise—and a little contrarian pleasure."
  • "Examining his mouth, they disputed as to his age, and called the cabby to have his opinion of the thing's fetlocks, warning each other to beware of his rearing."
  • "He swears that he will wire the cabby the money the moment he gets home, but the cabby is a total dick."