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  Definition of Propel
  1. cause to move forward with force; "Steam propels this ship"
  2. give an incentive for action; "This moved me to sacrifice my career"
Similar Words: impel, motivate, actuate, move, prompt, incite

 

Hyponyms: flip, rocket, carry, kick, punt, pole, hit, throw, drive, launch, catapult, project, send off, loft

 

Grouped Verbs: affect, impress, move, strike

 

Derivational Morphology: impulse, impulsion, impetus, impeller, propulsion, actuation, propeller, propellor, propellant, propellent, provocation, incitement, incitation, act, human action, human activity, motivation, motivating, motive, need, incentive, inducement, motivator

 

Anagrams: looper, lopper, pooler

 

 
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