Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun The occupation of a drover.
  • noun A method of hewing the faces of hard stones, similar to random-tooling or boasting. See drove, verb

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  • verb Present participle of drove.

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Examples

  • But the trail cleverly and legally threads its way past the firing ranges towards a delightful and ancient droving road that plunges down between cow parsley to an old farm.

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  • Inside the mart the display shows all the various aspects of the droving days from the drovers to the cattle and the routes.

    Country diary: Dingwall mart

  • It was not only impressive but seemed to epitomise the essence of the droving days.

    Country diary: Dingwall mart

  • Inside the mart the display shows all the various aspects of the droving days from the drovers to the cattle and the routes.

    Country diary: Dingwall mart

  • It was not only impressive but seemed to epitomise the essence of the droving days.

    Country diary: Dingwall mart

  • A few years ago the society set up the project with three main aims: to assemble an archive on information about the droving; to create a permanent interpretive display within the mart; and, perhaps, the most ambitious of all, create a sculpture.

    Country diary: Dingwall mart

  • A few years ago the society set up the project with three main aims: to assemble an archive on information about the droving; to create a permanent interpretive display within the mart; and, perhaps, the most ambitious of all, create a sculpture.

    Country diary: Dingwall mart

  • Oh, and just because it shows people droving cattle in the outback, doesn't necessarily make it a Western.

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  • One day, after droving cattle around the place, Tom returned to the homestead to discover his family and all the other workers slaughtered by local Aboriginals (thought to be revenge for something nasty that happened).

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  • One day, after droving cattle around the place, Tom returned to the homestead to discover his family and all the other workers slaughtered by local Aboriginals (thought to be revenge for something nasty that happened).

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