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- v. To push to or into a target.
- v. To emphasize (a point) with tangible or powerful demonstration.
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- v. carry out or perform
- v. make clear by special emphasis and try to convince somebody of something
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One long graceful hand was upraised to drive home some point while the other rested behind his broad, dark-coated back.
On the day of which we are speaking, she had been to visit a friend, who resided a little below De Lisle's plantation, and to avoid the heat of the day, concluded (providentially) to drive home that fine moonlight night.
And the thing that prompted you to turn around and drive home at approximately eight-twenty P.M. was … ?
The women's tufts of hair bound up, the men's bare breasts and light jackets, the excellent oxen which they drive home from market, the little asses with their loads, -- everything forms a living, animated Heinrich Roos.
Arthur left to drive home for the evening, and Ann Cason and I sat and talked together for a little longer, while Sue Gilman started preparing dinner.
Dorsey Pender began at once to move forward the brigades that were to drive home the attack.
A quick feeling of something like sympathy for Mostyn would not be reasoned away, and he drew Ethel close within his arm, and gave the coachman an order to drive home as quickly as possible, for twilight was already becoming night, and under the trees the darkness felt oppressive.
We have heard evidence to show that Andrew Seeley did not drive home with his three cousins as had apparently been his intention before entering the church.