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Definition of "drive off" []

  • To force to leave or go away. (verb)
  • Alternative spelling of drive-off. (noun)

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Use "drive off" in a sentence
  • "Did the woman seriously think she would drive off an embankment and crash a car, just to implicate Peter Hallett?"
  • "Three things must be done at once: Additional guns must be placed on the ridge to silence the Federal guns; second, ample infantry supports must be at hand; third, the Confederate left must be extended to drive off the infantry and guns enfilading Poague.21"
  • "Colonel Pegram arrived from Camp Garnett, and by example and plea tried to get his soldiers to drive off the enemy and hold the road."