American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- adj. Transmitting power or motion.
- adj. Violent, intense, or forceful: a driving rain.
- adj. Energetic or active: a driving personality.
- v. present participle of drive.
- adj. That drives (a mechanism or process).
- adj. of wind, etc : That drives forcefully; strong; forceful; violent
- n. The action of the verb to drive in any sense.
- n. In particular, the action of operating a motor vehicle.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. Having great force of impulse.
- adj. Communicating force; impelling.
- n. The act of forcing or urging something along; the act of pressing or moving on furiously.
- n. rare Tendency; drift.
- n. the act of controlling and steering the movement of a vehicle or animal
- n. hitting a golf ball off of a tee with a driver
- adj. acting with vigor
- adj. having the power of driving or impelling
“Quite often when I'm driving somewhere on my own, my cell phone will start vibrating with repeated texts coming in and when I finally get home (we rent a condo together) she will petulantly ask me why I did not respond to her texts and I'll simply reply with "… because I was * driving*??" and stare at her like she's on drugs.”
“C.S. Rolls, in driving from the ‘Cat and Fiddle,’ was evidently so deceived by both the gradient and the corner that he actually threw his mechanic off the car, owing to the vehicle travelling at much higher rate than was allowed for, and the gradient keeping the car running at a great speed right up to the comer.”
“Alabama to demonstrate that two light, and, as regards equipment, comparatively insignificant vessels of war would have little difficulty in driving from the ocean a flag which, three years ago, might have been seen upon every wave of every sea.”
“If they slip up, is there anyone ready to slide into the title driving seat?”
“The Prime Minister promised to spend his premiership fighting for the Big Society, which he described as his driving passion in politics.”
“Rogers stayed on the line with the dispatcher and continued to follow the car which he described as driving on a blown front tire.”
“In my youth, I could have done it drunk and stoned but my body has changed and that kind of driving is out of my league.”
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