- adj. powered by a motor
“They see in each other's eyes the same fascination with our power-driven world.”
“An experiment measured what happened when power-driven people gave speeches to an audience that responded with blatant, deliberate acts of boredom.”
“Revenge's seedy and power-driven Tyler will hope to get his due when he holds the Graysons and Emily Emily VanCamp at gunpoint at Daniel's birthday party in the midseason return of ABC's new hit drama.”
“We gave our power away to exercise equipment gimmicks, swamis, and power-driven yoga leaders - which has lead us away from what yoga is all about.”
“Although Mr. Golub came of age during the height of Abstract Expressionism, he embraced the human figure as a brutal, sexual and power-driven animal.”
“But the police-driven or power-driven Punjab politics is considered by Zardari and Taseer as good enough reason to believe that they will manage to win the forward bloc without much difficulty.”
“Since the purpose of adopting such converters is frequently to substitute as much energy derived from low-cost fuel as possible for energy derived from food, power-driven tools must replace manpower wherever feasible.”
“Page 700: Oppressive new mileage standards for power-driven wheelchairs.”
“A smart, power-driven foreign policy has the potential to infect closed societies everywhere with the germ of freedom.”
“They pronounce, and then maintain positions of conflict, refusing to take definitive and decisive action at the risk of losing their power-driven positions.”
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