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driveable combined form of drive.
drive-in an outdoor theater at which patrons watch movies from their automobiles. [3 definitions]
drivel foolish or silly speech or ideas. [5 definitions]
driven past participle of drive. [3 definitions]
driver one who drives. [2 definitions]
driverless combined form of driver.
drive shaft a rotating shaft that transmits torque, as in some automobiles from the transmission to the rear axle.
drivetrain the assembly that transmits an engine's rotary motion to the actual means of propulsion such as a propeller or wheel.
driveway a private road that provides access from a street to a building such as a house or garage.
driving aggressively forward-moving; highly active; exciting. [2 definitions]
driving wheel a wheel that transmits power from an engine, either to other wheels, or into propulsive effort, as on a locomotive engine.
drizzle to rain lightly but continuously. [2 definitions]
drogue an anchor, esp. a canvas sack used for slowing a boat and keeping her prow into the wind. [2 definitions]
droit a legal claim or right. [2 definitions]
droll wryly amusing or humorous.
drollery something funny. [3 definitions]
-drome racecourse. [3 definitions]
dromedary an African or Asian camel with one hump. (Cf. Bactrian camel.)
drone1 a male honeybee or other male bee, whose only function is to impregnate the queen. [3 definitions]
drone2 to produce a low, continuous hum. [5 definitions]
drool to exude saliva from the mouth; drivel. [3 definitions]