from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Fully driven or clenched; completed; made up.
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In the instant of asking, Ladora sent out a full-driven probe.
In the inferno which that spot instantly became, not even a full-driven wall-shield could endure, and a vast hole yawned where pirate ships had been.
The full-driven wall-shield held, but so terrific was the concussion that what few of the crew were not killed outright would take no interest in current events for many hours to come.
The women did not know what the Patrolmen were trying to do, but they were so intensely hostile that their mental blocks, unconscious although they were, were as effective as full-driven thought screens against the most insidious approaches the men could make.
Instantly the powerful weapons of the _Hyperion_ were brought to bear, and in the blast of full-driven beams the stranger's screens flamed incandescent.
More -- since Costigan did not need to think of sparing his iron, the ocean around the great submarine began furiously to boil under the full-driven offensive beams of the tiny