drove[ drohv ]SEE DEFINITION OF drove
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DROVE
"Looks as if there were something doing there," said Percival, as they drove off the wharf.
He drove first to the Milbrey house, on the chance that she might be at home.
And he appeared so well in the victoria when they drove in the park.
These he drove firmly into the soft bottom of a shallow lake.
As he drove up the Street, he glanced across at the Page house.
When, at last, he took the horse and buggy and drove about the country for orders, he was too late.
Seeing the crowd, Wilson drove directly to the yard and parked his machine.
He rented a car at a local garage, and drove himself out into the country.
Then it drove away, for K. must take it to the garage and walk back.
Who drove us into the arms of Athens, when we were hard pressed by the tyranny of Thebes?