Drive and Forcing


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Drive noun – A passage cleared for public vehicular travel.
Forcing and drive are semantically related In some cases you can use "Forcing" instead a noun "Drive".
Nearby Words: driving, driven, driver, driveway
Synonyms for Drive


Defintions of Forcing not found.
Drive and forcing are semantically related in obligate to do something topic. You can use "Drive" instead the word "Forcing" as a verb or a noun.
Nearby Words: force, forceful, forced, forcible, forcefully
Synonyms for Forcing

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  • Specifically, Darby, instead of forcing the "police officer" to drive using his own gun, may have gotten in the other side and pulled the "officer" out of the car instead.
  • He briefly despairs, before deciding to just drive forward, forcing them to drive into a ditch to avoid a head-on collision.
  • Film / Legend (2015) Then the twins drive the point home by forcing Nipper into a photo with them, which ruins his standing in the force and takes him off the case for a time.
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