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- v. Past participle of drive
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- of drive.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- An obsolete and improper form of driven, past participle of drive.
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An eight per cent drop is certainly worth having, but we would much rather argue – and most of it will be droven by “nanny state” arguments.
Actually, the driver who brought me here for the show today said, unsolicited, I'm really going to miss Martha and said he's droven -- he's driven Mark Burnett here four times, Alexis, her daughter, here five times.
And they explained, as they were standing there on the street in Vinton, Louisiana, with their car droven into the tree, that the Lord had told them to do this, which, of course, increased the astonishment of the police of Vinton, Louisiana, even more.
I was droven to my hotel by the most melancholly driver of a four-wheeler that I ever saw.
For, from a perfect congruity of the motions of two distant bodies, the intermediate fluid particles are separated and droven away from between them, and thereby those congruous bodies are, by the incompassing mediums, compell'd and forced neerer together; wherefore that attractiveness must needs be stronger, when, by an immediate contact, they are forc'd to be exactly the same: As I shew more at large in my _Theory_ of the _Magnet_.
A lap droven by Kimi Räikkönen at Indianapolis Speedway (USA) in 2005, Kimi is going for pole, it's a pity for him: it's a 2nd place, behind Jarno Trulli (Toyota).
There were reports a car droven into the Entertainmart near the Citadel Mall.
- They were droven from thence by the Perfiansj with the affiftance of the
A lap droven by Kimi Räikkönen at Indianapolis Speedway