1. simple past tense of drive. drove2 [drohv] /droʊv/ Spell Syllables noun
1. a number of oxen, sheep, or swine driven in a group; herd; flock.
2. Usually, droves. a large crowd of human beings, especially in motion: They came to Yankee Stadium in droves.
3. Also called drove chisel. Masonry. a chisel, from 2 to 4 inches (5 to 10 cm) broad at the edge, for dressing stones to an approximately true surface. verb (used with or without object), droved, dro
"years can be droves."
"weeks can be droves."
"covers can be droves."
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