• (noun): A group of animals (a herd or flock) moving together.
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on drove:

Cars In Miami Vice - Other Characters
... Ricardo Tubbs drove a 1964 Cadillac Coupe de Ville Convertible ... Stan Switek drove a turquoise 1963 Ford Thunderbird ... Gina Calabrese drove an 1971 Mercury Cougar XR-7 convertible ...
Curtis Markham
... In 1989, he drove the #88 Buick in 2 Busch races ... In 1991 he drove the #75 Food Country USA Olds owned by Charlie Henderson to an 8th-place finish at Watkins Glen (BGN) ... The next year he drove the #7 Skoal Bandit Pontiac to a 5th-place finish at Loudon (BGN) ...
Andy Neate - Racing Career
... After first racing in karting, he drove in Formula First in 1997 ... In 1999 he went onto the Formula Opel Europa Cup and a year later he drove in the Ford Fiesta Championship ... He drove in some rounds of the Production class for the BTCC in a Team CAM Mitsubishi Carisma ...
AK Racing - History - Bill Terry Era
... Lowe drove the car in the Daytona 500 the following season, finishing 39th after a crash ... Tommy Ellis drove their next race, bringing the Big Daddy's Buick to a 15th place finish at Charlotte ... Butch Lindley drove the final race of the 1983 season for the team at Martinsville Speedway, finishing 25th after suffering rear end problems ...
Allan Baker And Kevin Crump - Crimes
... The men drove via back roads towards Queensland, stopping at hotels and garages along the way, and buying beer and petrol with the $30 they had stolen from ... They drove mainly at night to avoid detection ... They rolled her body into the river, burnt her clothes then drove back to their campsite ...

More definitions of "drove":

  • (noun): A stonemason's chisel with a broad edge for dressing stone.
    Synonyms: drove chisel

Famous quotes containing the word drove:

    And the Spirit immediately drove him out into the wilderness.
    Bible: New Testament, Mark 1:12.

    Of Jesus.

    We drove the Indians out of the land,
    But a dire revenge those Redmen planned,
    For they fastened a name to every nook,
    And every boy with a spelling book
    Will have to toil till his hair turns gray
    Before he can spell them the proper way.
    Eva March Tappan (1854–1930)

    giving a nod, up the chimney he rose.
    He sprang to his sleigh, to his team gave a whistle,
    And away they all flew like the down of a thistle,
    But I heard him exclaim, ere he drove out of sight,
    “Happy Christmas to all, and to all a good-night.”
    Clement Clarke Moore (1779–1863)