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This moment has propelled public companies like Peloton to stratospheric highs — its market cap is about to eclipse $40 billion — but it has also pushed venture capitalists toward plenty of deals in the fitness space.

A succession of “beats” in the days ahead would demonstrate that momentum is building to propel big cap profits well above their all-time peak set just last year.

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It’s all coming together to propel the Rams back near the top of the league in offensive EPA, with the team ranking sixth this season after last year’s drop-off.

The towering Sierra Nevada reminded me that no amount of pontificating in my head would help propel one foot in front of the other.

Shouting and singing also propel droplets that could contain the virus further than just talking quietly.

I push down on the pedal with my right leg and instead of propelling myself forward, I topple over sideways.

With the rallying cries of these women propelling us forward, the time to move from rhetoric to reality is now.

One opened the cell door while another suddenly charged, propelling Davis inside and slamming him against the back wall.

The 54-year-old Socialist contender was asked by WWD, “Do you see yourself in a role à la Michelle Obama, propelling designers?”

But, the exposure would be great for the artist, propelling him one step closer to fulfilling the project.

For this use of the voice in the special service of will-power, or propelling force, it is necessary first to test its freedom.

They are for propelling or driving the ball, according to the rules of the game.

I need not go into details regarding the propelling mechanism of this craft.

A Watt engine and a chain carrying “duck-foot” paddles were his propelling apparatus.

I resent the absolute exclusion of the passengers from even the most distant view of the propelling and guiding forces.


On this page you'll find 58 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to propelling, such as: darting, dashing, expediting, flying, hastening, and racing.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.