past participle of drive
- 1.2(Of a person) relentlessly compelled by the need to accomplish a goal; very hard-working and ambitious: my husband is a driven manMore example sentences
- Most of my classmates, in fact, turned out to be similarly driven.
- The new breed is full of confidence, driven by restless ambition.
- He is driven to find his captured niece Debbie, who was kidnapped by marauding Comanches.
- 2(Of snow) piled into drifts or made smooth by the wind: • figurative she was as pure as the driven snowMore example sentences
- It seemed a remarkably interesting change from blue-collar soldiers and pure patriotic ‘pure as the driven snow’ operatives.
- His assassins' motives were as pure as the driven slush.
- You have posted twice on this board to tout both your article ‘pure as the driven snow’ and yourself.
More definitions of drivenDefinition of driven in:
- The US English dictionary