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Synonyms for driving force
driv·ing force

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Princeton's WordNet

  1. drive, thrust, driving forcenoun

    the act of applying force to propel something

    "after reaching the desired velocity the drive is cut off"

    Synonyms:
    stab, driveway, jab, crusade, drive, effort, knife thrust, driving, parkway, thrust, movement, jabbing, thrusting, campaign, ride, cause, private road, poke, push, poking

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  1. Wolfgang TillmansLawsuits:

    I start work in here at 7 a.m. and then work right through to sometimes eight at night. But overall I am so very lucky as an asthmatic whose parents said that I would always be dependent on them to still be doing it, and finally, I think I need to do it, therapeutically. If we go on holiday, I'm no good at lying on the beach. So there's that driving force, and I'd hate to lose that.

  2. Rajan Anandan:

    Video is a massively huge driving force.

  3. Lowell Milken:

    With physical and financial capital having been replaced by human capital as the economy’s driving force, the knowledge, skills and experience of people have become this country’s scarce resource.

  4. Zachary Zeldin:

    We don’t believe that the influencers and partnerships that [PingTank is pursuing] will be as large of a driving force as [PingTank is making] them out to be.

  5. Nirmala Sitharaman:

    The economy is shifting to a different plane altogether, even before the pandemic the driving force for amalgamation (of banks) was that India needs a lot more banks, but a lot more big banks.


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