the boat is propelled by a diesel engine
propulsion means to drive forward or to propel so use it in a sentence that way
This experiment will demonstrate the use of magnets to propel our model rocket across the parking lot. I hope that my repairs to the propeller will successfully propel us across the lake to safety.
The advertisements helped to propel sales for the new product.
The force of his kick managed to propel the ball high into the air, and past the goalkeeper's outstretched arms. Jet skis use streams of water to propel themselves across the surface. The speed gained moving down the ramp will propel a ski jumper through the air.
sailboats are propelled by the wind
zayn propeled his car dow the street
This sentence is grammatically correct.