The highest degree of human depravity, which is to be found in this propulsive will power, or Animal Magnetism.
The words burst from him with the propulsive energy of total amazement.
If the propulsive action does not pass through the centre of gravity the system again becomes "acentric."
The chief thing is whether they are propulsive forces in the destiny of his puppets.
The propulsive force given to the Government by the war seemed likely to continue.
It becomes more than a support, it becomes a kind of propulsive force applied to the action at the start.
When we think of such habits, the union of habit with desire and with propulsive power is forced upon us.
You can't tell from the crater what kind of propulsive device these characters are using.
In either case there will be a jar to the vehicle and a loss of propulsive power.
The propulsive force of an idea in his own mind depended wholly upon its appeal to his practical judgment.
propulsion pro·pul·sion (prə-pŭl'shən)
A driving or propelling force.
The leaning or falling forward characteristic of the festination of parkinsonism.