n. (plural of rickshaw English)
Usage examples of "rickshaws".
Kashgar was awash in grayish-brown mud splattered about by bicycles, motorized rickshaws, donkeys laden with fresh produce or firewood, and loud children: their faces covered in sores.
The roads were crowded with bicycles, rickshaws and electrical trams, guided by wires which hissed and sparked blue flashes in the gloom.
They seemed to have taken a liking to Moses, and had invited him to a nearby hostelry—the Queen's Arms in Queen's Gate Mews—and later they had taken rickshaws into the West End.
Some enterprising Orientals propelled pedicabs and pulled rickshaws, but Oscar couldn’t stomach riding in something like that.