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drive to cause to move by force; push. [11 definitions]
drive-in an outdoor theater at which people watch movies on a very large screen while sitting in their cars. [2 definitions]
driven past participle of "drive." [3 definitions]
driver someone who drives.
drivethrough a window at which customers can do business with an establishment without getting out of their cars. A drive-through also consists of a special lane or lanes for the cars to access the window and to exit after completion of business. [3 definitions]
driveway a private road that leads from a street to a building such as a house or garage.
driving moving forward or going continuously with great force or excitement. [2 definitions]
drizzle to rain in light drops. [2 definitions]
dromedary a camel from northern Africa and the Middle East. Dromedaries have one hump.
drone1 a male honeybee or other male bee whose only known function is to mate with the queen bee. [2 definitions]
drone2 to make a low, steady hum. [3 definitions]
drool to let saliva run from the mouth.
droop to hang or sink down; bend in a limp manner.
drop a small amount of liquid, usually with a round shape. [9 definitions]
drop off to fall asleep.
drop out to quit; stop participating.
drought a long period with little or no rain.
drove1 past tense of "drive."
drove2 a group of animals gathered into a herd or flock and made to move along together. [2 definitions]
drown to die from lack of air as the result of being under water. [2 definitions]
drown out to cover up the sound of with a louder sound.