View definitions for drive back
verb as in back
verb as in fend off
verb as in repel
verb as in repulse
“François did not drive back to Tulle that evening,” she writes.
We drive back to Asadabad in silence, where we switch cars for security reasons and begin the six hour drive back home.
“Women have not been required to come here to St. Louis and then drive home and then drive back for the procedure,” Gianino says.
"Step by step, we must drive back, dismantle and ultimately destroy ISIL and what it stands for," he said.
On the drive back, I made a special effort to avoid the three conditions that reduce fuel efficiency.
Our batteries last night did not fire a shot and the men had to drive back the enemy by rifle fire.
They had a delightful drive back, going as they came, on the top of the great sea dike.
We get into a cab and drive back towards Brixton to the Elephant and Castle, where we pull up at a coffee store.
Is that the way Southern masters receive the "fugitives from injustice" whom we drive back to them?
Folsom and the girls had to drive back to dinner without him.
On this page you'll find 158 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to drive back, such as: withdraw, backtrack, recede, regress, repel, and repulse.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.