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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of motor.
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- adj. equipped with a motor or motors; motorized. Opposite of
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- adj. equipped with a motor or motors
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Charlemont and Mr. Bludlip Courtenay 'motored' to London, undertaking with each other to keep up a speed of fifty miles an hour, provided there were not too many hills and not too much
We left the port and motored our way through Block Island Sound
We motored a distance up Wist Creek then turned around and headed back to the river.
He didn't attempt to enter the gate and drive up to the house; merely motored to the last car parked at roadside and took the next spot.
As David motored out of the Venice marina, we passed dozens of commercial shrimp boats waiting for the white shrimp season to open at the end of the month.
Jeter raced home from first, as Teixeira motored into third, and the Yankees took the 6-5 lead.
Joshua scored to make it a one-run game, and Conor motored all the way to third base with a stand-up triple.
I realized this last weekend when I motored down to the nation's capital to see my daughter.
A very large woman in a very large motorized wheelchair gained enough sympathy from passengers to make space for her, and she motored forward -- over Ellie's foot.
One day, as I stood at the tiller and motored toward the town of Newark, a line of angry thunderstorms raced toward me.