Perhaps the wolves have driven
the buck to shelter, and are following on his trail.
In outer aspect, Pip and Dough-Boy made a match, like a black pony and a white one, of equal developments, though of dissimilar color, driven
in one eccentric span.
I had been driven
with a check-rein by the dealer, and I hated it worse than anything else; but in this place we were reined far tighter, the coachman and his master thinking we looked more stylish so.
She sat and looked out of the window, curious to see something of the road over which she was being driven
to the queer place Mrs.
from Vermont, driven
from Illinois, driven
from Ohio, driven
from Missouri, driven
from Utah, we shall yet find some independent territory on which to plant our tents.
Then suddenly the trees in the pine wood ahead of me were parted, as brittle reeds are parted by a man thrusting through them; they were snapped off and driven
headlong, and a second huge tripod appeared, rushing, as it seemed, headlong towards me.
I was driven
thence by foul winds for a space of nine days upon the sea, but on the tenth day we reached the land of the Lotus-eaters, who live on a food that comes from a kind of flower.