See also: Drew
- simple past tense of
- 1939 September, D. S. Barrie, “The Railways of South Wales”, in Railway Magazine, page 157:
- Iron and coal were the magnets that drew railways to this land of lovely valleys and silent mountains—for such it was a century-and-a-half ago, before man blackened the valleys with the smoke of his forges, scarred the green hills with his shafts and waste-heaps, and drove the salmon from the quiet Rhondda and the murmuring Taff.
- (colloquial, nonstandard) past participle of