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impel
1 : to urge or drive forward or on by or as if by the exertion of strong moral pressure : force <felt impelled to correct the misconception>
[M-W's Col. Dic.]

"or on" - I don't understand the reason for the inclusion of "or on". It's misleading and doesn't connect to the rest of the definition. Please help me.
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Hi,

Would you please tell me the difference between "drive forward" and "drive on"?

I thought you might ask that.Emotion: smile

There's not much difference. I suggest this.

drive forward - cause to keep moving in a forward direction

drive on - cause to keep moving without stopping

Clive
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Hi,

impel

1 : to urge or drive forward (or drive on ) by or as if by the exertion of strong moral pressure : force <felt impelled to correct the misconception>

Clive
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Thanks, Clive.

Would you please tell me the difference between "drive forward" and "drive on"?
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Thanks a lot, Clive.