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Definition of "propelling" [propelling]

  • Present participle of propel. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "propelling" in a sentence
  • "Mr. Holifield will shed light on the "innovation infrastructure," the analysis of "lifestyle" vs "high-growth entrepreneurship," and the way forward in propelling Black America from 20th century ideas into 21st century innovation."
  • "Local, on the ground knowledge will make all the difference in propelling this national conversation forward."
  • "Low interest rates have played an important role in propelling the euro-zone economy, resulting in double-digit housing-market growth, increased capital spending among companies and more consumer credit."