drive out

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  • The only way to drive out one thought is to put another in. Cited from Men, Women, and God, by A. Herbert Gray
  • He then takes a drive out to the eastern beach of the island.
  • The gate through which he had to drive out was not yet opened. Cited from Japanese Literature, by Various
  • But not every piece of such money will drive out every piece of good money. Cited from Modern Economic Problems, Economics Vol. II, by Frank Albert Fetter
  • Drive in, that they did, but to drive out was beyond their science. Cited from The Schoolmaster and Other Stories, by Anton Chekhov
  • Will not holy joy at last drive out every disease in the world? Cited from There & Back, by George MacDonald
  • You must drive out fear by putting a new idea into the mind. Cited from Pushing to the Front, by Orison Swett Marden
  • I still serve it, when they drive out to show me off to their friends. Cited from The Valley of the Moon, by Jack London
  • I will wait for you here if you will drive out again. Cited from The Sign of the Four, by Arthur Conan Doyle
  • A great deal was done by the single act of driving out the queen. Cited from Castilian Days, by John Hay
  • These in turn were driven out of the town into open fields.
  • Would you not care to drive out and see the people, Sir? Cited from Man and Maid, by Elinor Glyn
  • We can drive out in a few minutes, but you will have to walk back. Cited from The Young Wireless Operator--As a Fire Patrol, by Lewis E. Theiss
  • The people were then rising in arms, ready to drive out the empire. Cited from Maximilian in Mexico, by Sara Yorke Stevenson
  • The others fall on him with their clubs, and drive out any life remaining. Cited from The Cruise of the Mary Rose, by William H. G. Kingston
  • The ship was driving out to sea, and could not then long hold together. Cited from Paul Gerrard, by W.H.G. Kingston
  • We shall see the same persons driving back as we saw driving out. Cited from Tom Tufton's Travels, by Evelyn Everett-Green
  • Three members came three months earlier, but were driven out by the British.
  • The present began to be important, to drive out the past. Cited from Together, by Robert Herrick (1868-1938)
  • Some will be driven out to find another place to live.
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