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Spell Check of driving

Correct spelling: driving

Definition of driving:

  1. Of great force or impetus, as a driving storm; communicating the driving power.

Common misspellings for driving:

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Google Ngram Viewer results for driving:

This graph shows how "driving" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.

Examples of usage for driving:

  1. What is it you're driving at? – Paddy Finn by W. H. G. Kingston

Quotes for driving:

  1. In my case, the listener is often in an automobile driving to work. You can concentrate on the road while still getting an audio message that can be riveting.
  2. It can have an enormous effect because big budget movies can have big budget perks, and small budget movies have no perks, but what is the driving force, of course, is the script, and your part in it.
  3. Driving with one foot on the accelerator and the other on the brake is likely to get you nowhere, but certainly will burn out vital parts of your car. Similarly, cutting taxes on the middle class, but increasing them on the 'rich' is likely to result in an economic burnout.
  4. Most of American life consists of driving somewhere and then returning home, wondering why the hell you went.
  5. You know, somebody actually complimented me on my driving today. They left a little note on the windscreen, it said 'Parking Fine.' So that was nice.