Word of the Day: Drive
- to frighten or prod (game, cattle, etc.) into moving in a desired direction drive cattle across the prairie
- to carry on or through energetically. drives a hard bargain
- to impart a forward motion to by physical force. Waves drove the boat ashore. drive the nail into the beam
- to move quickly and forcefully down or along. drive the lane drive the baseline
- to operate the mechanism and controls and direct the course of (a vehicle). drive a car
- to press or force into an activity, course, or direction. The drug habit drives addicts to steal.
- to propel (an object of play) swiftly or forcefully. drove a long fly ball to the warning track. drove the ball down the fairway. drive a golf ball onto (a green)
- to cause (a run or runner) to be scored — usually used with in drove him in with a single
- to dash, plunge, or surge ahead rapidly or violently rudely. drove past her
- to progress with strong momentum. the rain was driving hard
- to make a quick and forceful move. driving to the hoop
- to operate a vehicle. learned to drive at the age of fifteen.
- to have oneself carried in a vehicle. drove to Colorado as a kid
- to drive a golf ball. drove down the fairway
Thank you for including the Dictionary Project in the good work you do in your club. In my club, we have provided Dictionaries for third-grade students for enough years that now we are having former students help us to present dictionaries each year. They are often returning to the same classrooms that they were third-grade students. Teachers plead every year for us to NEVER quit this valuable project. They tell us that students NEED paper books to learn to read, to learn to do research and to do independent study. Please send me pictures of your presentations and tell me about your visits to the schools to give dictionaries to the students. To be included in our newsletter you can send me your stories at DG.email@example.com.