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propel
used in Interview with the Vampire

2 uses
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Definition
cause to move forward (to push or encourage)
  • 'And suppose, when he reached the swamp waters and heard the sounds of our carriage going away, that he had strength enough to propel those limbs to move.
    Part 2 (9% in)
  • But Claudia moved back against me, under the folds of my cape, a hand firmly clasping the cloth of my coat; and she seemed to propel me forward, my cape falling over the loose fabric of her own.
    Part 2 (65% in)

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