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- Strong; forceful; violent
- Present participle of to drive.
- The Nuttall Encyclopedia
Driv"ing, a. 1.
Having great force of impulse; as, a driving wind or
2. Communicating force; impelling; as, a
Driving axle, the axle of a driving wheel,
as in a locomotive. -- Driving box
(Locomotive), the journal box of a driving axle. See
Illust. of Locomotive. -- Driving
note (Mus.), a syncopated note; a tone begun on
a weak part of a measure and held through the next accented part,
thus anticipating the accent and driving it through. --
Driving spring, a spring fixed upon the box of
the driving axle of a locomotive engine to support the weight and
deaden shocks. [Eng.] Weale. -- Driving
wheel (Mach.), a wheel that communicates motion;
one of the large wheels of a locomotive to which the connecting rods
of the engine are attached; -- called also, simply, driver.
See Illust. of Locomotive.
Driv"ing, n. 1.
The act of forcing or urging something along; the act of
pressing or moving on furiously.
2. Tendency; drift. [R.]
- Webster's Unabridged Dictionary (1913)
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