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OTHER WORDS FROM drivingdriv·ing·ly, adverb
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Definition for driving (2 of 2)
verb (used with object), drove [drohv] /droʊv/ or (Archaic) drave [dreyv] /dreɪv/, driv·en [driv-uhn] /ˈdrɪv ən/, driv·ing.
- to cause the advance of (a base runner) by a base hit or sacrifice fly: He drove him home with a scratch single.
- to cause (a run) to be scored by a base hit or sacrifice fly: He drove in two runs.
- to hit or propel (a ball, puck, shuttlecock, etc.) very hard.
- to kick (a ball) with much force.
- to chase (game).
- to search (a district) for game.
verb (used without object), drove [drohv] /droʊv/ or (Archaic) drave [dreyv] /dreɪv/, driv·en [driv-uhn] /ˈdrɪv ən/, driv·ing.
- an act or instance of driving a ball, puck, shuttlecock, or the like.
- the flight of such a ball, puck, shuttlecock, or the like, that has been driven with much force.
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Example sentences from the Web for driving
Her slight miscalculation of how to fix the situation leads to her driving around the gas pump.Slow Motion Tiger Jump, a Tornado at the Rose Bowl and More Viral Videos|The Daily Beast Video|January 4, 2015|DAILY BEAST
Tim Russert and I are driving back to the Albany airport after taking our kids to the baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown.
Youssef said the jailings are not only driving the community underground but pushing many to move abroad.Sisi Is Persecuting, Prosecuting, and Publicly Shaming Egypt’s Gays|Bel Trew|December 30, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The next day, after driving to Putney on the outskirts of London, we start the end of our journey.
“Driving on both sides, getting around cars, letting them know I was in a dire emergency,” Johnson says.'Please Don't Die!': The Frantic Battle to Save Murdered Cops|Michael Daly|December 22, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The two horses, instinctively drawing close together, turned their tails to the driving flakes.Two on the Trail|Hulbert Footner
It may be nuts to him and Mr. Arrowsmith to know that they have succeeded in driving my name out of the "N. & Q."
That nobleman was driving over Dumoor Heath in his coach well attended by armed servants.Cornish Characters|S. Baring-Gould
The mosquitoes 412 trouble me so much that in driving them away I bespatter my paper with ink, as thou seest, God bless thee!Audubon and his Journals, Volume I (of 2)|Maria R. Audubon
On a lovely afternoon our travelers were driving leisurely along through partially cleared woodland.The Story of a Doctor's Telephone--Told by His Wife|Ellen M. Firebaugh
British Dictionary definitions for driving (1 of 2)
British Dictionary definitions for driving (2 of 2)
verb drives, driving, drove (drəʊv) or driven (ˈdrɪvən)
- to chase (game) from cover into more open ground
- to search (an area) for game
- to cause to penetrate to the fullest extent
- to make clear by special emphasis
- a road for vehicles, esp a private road leading to a house
- (capital when part of a street name)Woodland Drive
- the means by which force, torque, motion, or power is transmitted in a mechanismfluid drive
- (as modifier)a drive shaft