to drive a herd

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  • herd — hÉœrd /hɜːd n. group of animals which feeds and travels together, drove, pack; crowd, mob, large group of people; mass of common people; herdsman, one who tends a herd v. gather or assemble as a herd; group together; gather or lead (a group of… …   English contemporary dictionary

  • drive — [n1] journey by vehicle airing, commute, excursion, expedition, hitch, jaunt, joyride, lift, outing, pickup, ramble, ride, run, spin, Sunday drive*, tour, trip, turn, whirl; concept 224 drive [n2] campaign for cause action, advance, appeal,… …   New thesaurus

  • herd — herd1 [hʉrd] n. [ME < OE heord, akin to Ger herde < IE base * kerdho , a row, group > Sans s̍árdha, a herd, troop] 1. a number of cattle, sheep, or other animals feeding, living, or being driven together 2. a) any large group suggestive… …   English World dictionary

  • herd — [n] large group assemblage, bevy, brood, clan, collection, covey, crowd, crush, drift, drove, flight, flock, gaggle, gathering, hoi polloi*, horde, lot, mass, mob, multitude, nest, pack, people, populace, press, rabble, school, swarm, throng;… …   New thesaurus

  • herd — I [[t]hɜrd[/t]] n. 1) a number of animals feeding, traveling, or kept together; drove; flock: a herd of zebras; a herd of sheep; a herd of cattle[/ex] 2) sts off a large group of people; crowd; mob: a herd of autograph seekers[/ex] 3) a large… …   From formal English to slang

  • herd — herd1 /herrd/, n. 1. a number of animals kept, feeding, or traveling together; drove; flock: a herd of cattle; a herd of sheep; a herd of zebras. 2. Sometimes Disparaging. a large group of people: The star was mobbed by a herd of autograph… …   Universalium

  • drive — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) v. t. propel, impel; urge forward, pursue; steer, control; conduct, carry out; ram, hammer, thrust; urge, force, compel, coerce. See compulsion, travel, propulsion, energy, haste. II (Roget s IV) n. 1.… …   English dictionary for students

  • herd — n. 1) to drive; round up a herd 2) to tend a herd 3) (misc.) to ride herd on ( to control ) * * * [hɜːd] round up a herd to drive to tend a herd (misc.) to ride herd on ( to control ) …   Combinatory dictionary

  • drive — v 1. hurl, propel, expel, repel, rout, drive away, drive off. 2. task, tax, work; overwork, overtask, overtax, drive into the ground. 3. impel, urge, press, push, thrust, shove; move, actuate, set going, set in motion; spur, prod, prick, goad,… …   A Note on the Style of the synonym finder

  • drive — 1. verb /draɪv,ˈʤɹaɪv/ a) To herd (animals) in a particular direction. The beaters drove the brambles, causing a great rush of rabbits and other creatures. b) To direct a vehicle powered by a horse, ox or similar animal. You drive nails into wood …   Wiktionary

  • herd — I. /hɜd / (say herd) noun 1. a number of animals, especially cattle, kept, feeding, or travelling together; drove; flock. 2. Obsolete a mob (of kangaroos). 3. a large company of people. 4. the herd, the common people; the rabble. –verb (i) 5. to… …  


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