The correct answer is urge.
C. draw away
The correct answer is (B) To urge; to drive, propel, or force (person, etc.) to action. To press or urge forward; to incite to action. To impart motion to.
Impel comes from Middle English impell, Latin impellere (to drive against).
Examples of use:
- His conscience impelled him to confess.
- The epidemic impelled the public health officials to review their procedures.