Definitions for "Driving"
Keywords:  urging, jockey, wagon, horse, cart
The act of forcing or urging something along; the act of pressing or moving on furiously.
Description of a horse or pony used to pull a wagon or cart.
strong urging by rider.
the act of controlling and steering the movement of a vehicle or animal
Usually, ability to exert control over the vehicle. Officers usually need not observe someone driving in order to arrest them for drunk driving. Circumstantial evidence of driving is typically sufficient to establish this element.
If you dream that you are driving a vehicle it is a sign that you should be careful to take no chances with your money, such as gambling, in the next two weeks or so. If someone else is doing the driving you will find yourself in luck, money wise.
Having great force of impulse; as, a driving wind or storm.
Communicating force; impelling; as, a driving shaft.
having the power of driving or impelling; "a driving personal ambition"; "the driving force was his innate enthusiasm"; "an impulsive force"
Keywords:  crazy, little, bit, piece, one
a bit crazy), but we made it there in one piece
a little crazy
Keywords:  drift, tendency, mine, rise, advancing
Tendency; drift.
The process of advancing a mine working, usually a drift or rise.
acting with vigor; "responsibility turned the spoiled playboy into a driving young executive"
one element of the traditional DUI offense. While some state statutes use the word “driving,” others use the term “operating” or “being in physical control.” Therefore, what constitutes driving varies in each jurisdiction. In many jurisdictions it is not necessary to prove that, in fact, the individual was driving—only that the officer had reasonable grounds for believing so.
Taking over a scene and not letting other performers influence its direction. Makes you an unpopular improviser. And an unpopular co-worker if you do not work as a team.
Keywords:  tee, golf, sliced, bounds, hitting
hitting a golf ball off of a tee with a driver; "he sliced his drive out of bounds"
Taking the livestock away from the handler, or from one side to another at right angles to the handler, either naturally or upon direction from the handler to do so.