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- noun The quality of being
driven; drive; ambition.
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Sometimes I try to force God's hand in my "drivenness", wanting to be more like Him.
Tree Story Belinda 2008
It was my drivenness that caused my break-up with Nadezda.
At that point I returned to writing with a drivenness I had never known.
For Clinton, except for his inexplicable publicness and apparent drivenness, too, is far from being the first of our leaders to fall into this trap.
Rim Shots At History 2008
Indeed, it turns out to be precisely this kind of instinctive drivenness that Nietzsche has partly in mind when he praises
Nietzsche's Moral and Political Philosophy Leiter, Brian 2007
Scrounging time for faith nourishment can press a doubter into drivenness—so that in our wild attempts to make the most of every minute of our time, we may lose eternity.
If I Really Believe, Why Do I Have These Doubts? Dr. Lynn Anderson 2000
I think that there's no way of understanding the complexity of this person, the magnetism he had, the drivenness of his life, the frenetic quality of the pace he lived, the politics he practiced.
“The markedly driven patient who studies constantly and voices dissatisfaction with anything but perfect grades often distresses the parents who recognize the drivenness and hopelessly attempt to persuade the patient to work less and enjoy herself more” Mintz, 1983, p.
Clinical Work with Adolescents Judith Marks Mishne 1986
Not the wealth of excess and drivenness to prove or to power.
The Full Feed from HuffingtonPost.com Dr. Cara Barker 2011
You do the things that a person must do, but you are free from that obsessive, compulsive drivenness of your own desires.