drive

Part of speech: verb

To urge forward forcibly; impel; prosecute urgently, as a business.

Part of speech: verb

To convey in a carriage.

Part of speech: verb

To be impelled forcibly onward; press forward furiously; aim a blow; direct one's action.

Part of speech: verb

To ride in a carriage, or direct the animal or animals by which it is drawn.

Part of speech: noun

The act of driving.

Part of speech: noun

A road for driving. driveway.

Part of speech: noun

A trip in a carriage.

Part of speech: noun

Urgent pressure, as of business.

Part of speech: noun

An advance of troops in mass against an enemy.

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Usage examples "drive":

  1. Do you wish to drive? - "In the Courts of Memory 1858-1875.", L. de Hegermann-Lindencrone.
  2. Papa, may I drive? - "A Little Florida Lady", Dorothy C. Paine.
  3. " You can have the carriage if you wish to drive anywhere," said Mrs. Bowen. - "Indian Summer", William D. Howells.