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Use "cabman" in a sentence
"His escape was simple and dignified; he called the cabman, who knew him well, and who knew, moreover, what was required of him; and the priest was snugly in bed, though perhaps exhausted with blood and pleasure, when the news of the murder followed him to his village."
"It is strange, to say the least of it, that the cabman should be the only person to see or hear anything of him. '"
""Signorino, domani faremo uno giro," called the cabman, with engaging certainty."