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    1. Moreover, it is safer to draw it in a language familiar to the testator

    2. · And, what happens if you fail to draw up a will? Then the religious law will take over

    3. The muscles that are stretched are used in such a manner as to draw the flesh closer to the bone

    4. Draw near to God and He will draw near to you

    5. Draw near to God so that you can be saturated with Him to the bot-

    6. The way to get healed is to draw nearer

    7. They draw pistols from shoulder harnesses, point them toward Russ and John

    8. He used a thick stubby finger to draw down his shirt collar and reveal the Chinese character tattooed onto his own neck

    9. draw nourishment from His Word

    10. Smith could draw like an eighteen month old infant

    11. little story to draw being in this hell for many years

    12. This was a dream state, a nightmare scenario, where I was falling through space, watching the ground draw closer, and yet I knew that I would never actually splinter on the dead earth

    13. So, I draw a card at random for the category I need each time, I develop the respective item into one or more paragraphs, and I gradually form a full story

    14. Though a pistol cannot kill in the afterlife, the pain is still as bad and all the members of the Council of Faith and Doctrine were quick to draw theirs, Moamar quicker than any

    15. Betty’s memories are of her older sister getting dressed up to go out with some of the Poles who were stationed in Bristol and how Betty had to draw dark lines up the back of her sister’s legs as they didn’t have any stockings

    16. He loved children, wherever we went he’d draw a crowd of them, a bit like Fred does

    17. He didn’t draw back

    18. Is the description being given to draw us to understanding the first statement by antonyms? This can’t be

    19. Wait a second… we can draw near to God? He isn’t distant? We can have relation with Him? We don’t have to continue to give these offerings and sacrifices without hearing whether or not He accepts them?

    20. a wellspring of energy that continues to draw to you more

    21. Before the man could draw his sword, Son tackled him

    22. the speed that Son moved with and found it pointless to draw his sword

    23. In effect Smith could draw like an eighteen month old infant

    24. In those glorious days any will draw strength

    25. on splintered boards, is counted upon the draw

    26. He busied himself loosening her boots, lifting one foot at a time to draw them off, all the time casting glances at her face as if measuring and assessing her state of mind

    27. "I see, you'll have to draw a picture sometime, I couldn't see it in the dark

    28. ’ Joris answered before Berndt can draw breath

    29. The other one still drew blood from her, and the tentacle continued to draw her in

    30. that we draw of ourselves, and in the ripple of waves

    31. The last thing I wanted was to draw attention to myself in front of all these athletic beach people and the noisy kids playing in the water as though they were born there

    32. Ideally all Yoga asanas should be performed in the open air in order to draw into the lungs the maximum amount of fresh air

    33. Lmore assured them that the recipes were as authentic as you'd find in this basin and this place would be considered a little touristy but would still draw plenty of business in Trenst itself

    34. You could keep it in your pocket during the day and at night slip it into the toe of an old stocking and draw the other end over your hand so that the potato does not roll away from you while you sleep

    35. ‘Possibly – your tawstones would draw it to the boat but if you were not in view, the bird would perch as close as it could until you appeared

    36. Not that I was a regular swimmer but here was such an idyllic stretch of unblemished sand, and the sea was such a peaceful blue that it seemed to draw me towards it

    37. in the fire’s draw, crackling,

    38. Draw up your knees slightly so that you can place your palms over your eyes without bending your head at all

    39. From a distance, trees look healthy but as we draw closer, it becomes obvious that this is an illusion

    40. He also kept moving in such a way as to draw her out of the water, presumably so he could get a good look at the rest of her

    41. As we draw nearer to the gate, he reaches into his bag and draws out a paper

    42. Remember what Collin said about the Bull, ‘…he has a special hatred for you, Jake…’ remember, John? The main intent is to draw Jake away from his camp, and then destroy it

    43. ‘I believe there’s a small stream not far ahead where we can draw some water - both for us and the ggs, Lintze

    44. We studied our glasses of lemonade or beer while he was trying to draw attention and impress

    45. There are many weekend romantic adventure ideas that can draw a couple closer together

    46. As we draw level with the barge in question, I see a man about to untie the ropes holding the gangplank to the quay

    47. Reassured by his aides and aware that the world’s press was waiting with baited breath, the great politician himself now wanted to read the document, even though there were still some relevant facts to include and a few final conclusions to draw

    48. A glare of sunlight catches my attention and I watch puzzled as we draw nearer to the cause of this brightness … astonished, I see a vast greenhouse complex

    49. By flirting, you will draw attention and hopefully attract the one that you want

    50. He stared so intently into her jet-black sunglasses that he completely missed the amazing comeback by his team's opponents that resulted in the match ending in a five-all draw

    1. She raced in the living room where mermaid's were drawing on Grandpa's face with markers

    2. Their clan's chieftain, a hoary monster named Vald, responded by drawing his ancestral blade

    3. Instinctively, I reach out as though to take it … drawing my hand back swiftly as I realise what I am doing, and clasping it with my other hand as though it had been burned

    4. Ask for their favorite comic strip, a school paper that they are proud of, or a drawing from their trip to the park

    5. Rain water harvesting, cleaning of small tanks before rainy season, closing of running taps, not allowing drawing of water directly from mains through electric motor, recycling water for WCs etc are some of the areas where we can generate awareness and guide others to act


    7. In testate: When an individual passes away without drawing up his will

    8. For Dan and Jen, the evening was drawing towards its inevitable close and

    9. every room bar the well kept drawing room, and with the preliminary inspection

    10. The carriage clock in the drawing room ticked away, drawing the dull hands of

    11. ’ She said drawing a massive breath

    12. public drama out of the long drawing down of a cancer, or the slow meander of a mild

    13. Theo considered drawing his weapon and putting it to the old ladies head

    14. ’ She said drawing Stephen into the lounge

    15. Rising, Stephen goes over to the window, drawing back the gauzes hanging there

    16. Chief Horcheese’s head hung back on the command chair and she stared up through the dome at the jagged rivers of raw electrons and plasma burning in the atmo as those crackling tendrils whipped at them from all directions, drawing line after line from the clouds to Tipperary’s ring-shaped bow

    17. ‘It’s that feminine streak I have,’ he said, drawing me towards him and kissing me

    18. Back in the house, I calmly unpack the shopping and put it all away, the blue box sitting on the table drawing my eyes as I put tins away in the cupboard and packets on the shelf where they belong

    19. Bathing and dressing took a little longer than usual; the simple act of drawing a comb through her long dark hair more troublesome and the plaiting more fiddly

    20. She spun webs of silver thread through the evening air, always making direct eye contact, always drawing him in towards her desperate need for love on this particular night

    21. None of it’s dramatic, not in your way…I mean, how do you make a public drama out of the long drawing down of a cancer, or the slow meander of a mild epidemic, or that fatal nudge into oncoming traffic? Oh, I do things with a flourish sometimes, I suppose, the knife and the psychosis, but no, my book is made up of dark matter, whereas yours lists the stars that shine for bright, sparkling mortality

    22. begin intuitively drawing out another approach? Calling in a

    23. I don’t personally believe that the Antichrist is Satan in the flesh, but I do see the parallel that others are drawing

    24. what it was drawing to you on your behalf

    25. From drawing images on a canvas, to creating a whole new world with a few different colored markers, most of the images that are posted on the company's feed use a variety of colors, show images popping up off the screen and show some form of creativity flowing off the page

    26. them amused without drawing attention to yourself” said Joe

    27. This weather, this drawing out of days

    28. “Look at Charlton Heston in ‘Planet of the Apes’; that was a hit because of him and his box office drawing ability

    29. in my wake, drawing near the point

    30. by the drawing down of water from their

    31. With great care he took hold of my hands and walked backwards into the water, drawing me after him until the freezing sea was above my knees, 'There

    32. ‘Then we have to do the legal bit, drawing up a contract and signing it in the presence of an official witness … one of the High Guild, for example

    33. He drew the cross section of how that was mounted into the tower now, it was just a sketch, the detailed drawing was in his head, this was a backup recording

    34. ‘Here, Lintze, what do you think of this one?’ he said, drawing me towards a far too intelligent looking gg

    35. ‘You have your tawstones?’ Berndt said quietly, drawing me over to one side of the clearing

    36. Every muscle, every tendon, every bit of Jake in his full majesty was shown; the fierceness of Daniel and the flames erupting from him was captured perfectly; it was so real that it felt as if the drawing itself was alive

    37. drawing the couple closer together

    38. Turning to face us both, drawing us into a circle with him, he gazes earnestly at both of us without speaking for some minutes

    39. Simon is standing in the door, this tragedy outside his sphere … I glance up at him and smile at him through my tears, drawing him into our circle

    40. and his treatment was drawing to a close

    41. She continued on about the Hold, thru the kitchens, the drawing rooms and so on

    42. battle to preserve his or her stature by drawing in and maintaining members

    43. She felt the instruments reading the state changes in the condensate chamber as a gentle current drawing her in

    44. them al that hurts and burdens them, drawing this then into your own

    45. The bishop turned to Ava and said, “I would ask you if it was drawing a soul’s resources from your system

    46. With her free hand she snatched it off and lay down on him, drawing the quilt over them

    47. ’ Dave said, drawing me into the room

    48. The fingers of the bouncer's right hand are reaching for the lapel of Alex's jacket and his left hand, balled into a fist, is drawing back to deliver a blow to the midriff

    49. After eating, Tom lay back, warmed by the sun and drawing his

    50. Tentatively at first, she delves into her memory, drawing on the comfort of the room around her, a shield against the hurt and horror

    1. There was some hand drawn street map in a foreign language in with it, and a faded old map of Gengee with some of that language on it

    2. The blinds are always drawn

    3. Rather than warding them off, the zombies seemed drawn by the gunfire

    4. Mindless of his feet in the snow, he was drawn down the path to the edge of the bluff, drawn to where he could get the best possible view of the end of the world

    5. The note was signed with her signature teddy bear face, this time a tear drawn below its little doll eye

    6. I've not seen him quite as drawn in as this before

    7. She wanted to come and hold your hand, but that would only have drawn attention to her, and I’m sure you wouldn’t have wanted that

    8. Whatever it was, her fire must have drawn it

    9. A lot of changes would entail a new will being drawn up

    10. We possess a great deal of knowledge, mental power, and capacities, which have never been drawn forth from the realm of the subconscious into objective usefulness; anyone who has watched the effect of Meditation upon the beginner will substantiate this statement

    11. The ethnic groups in the Gengee were always Elf and Troll, and doostEr was familiar with the legends from the times when the lines between them were drawn in blood and blade

    12. Abdullah sits beside them with his pistol drawn

    13. room through a gap in the drawn curtains

    14. With the curtains drawn across the large glass

    15. all the lack of faith in this world my soul had drawn sustenance from what

    16. There was a tiger, a 6 pointed star, a badly drawn Chinese tattoo meaning 'insane' although not the 'crazy' type of insane, rather just plain medically insane

    17. armor-plated silver Mercedes limo at the lead of the column as dozens of soldiers jump out of jeeps and APCs with weapons drawn

    18. Demons are drawn to the spirit of

    19. the narrow opening in the arrow-slit high above him, its outline drawn in pitch

    20. Moses has defied all odds and drawn nothing but strength from the violence and fear around him

    21. The technician who had drawn the Haadij's effects duty today was paying attention

    22. So no serious planning could be done till a map was drawn

    23. Perversely, this time became a moment of calm reassurance in the long drawn out days of my future imprisonment

    24. distinction has to be drawn between a serious relationship and a casual relationship

    25. Through it all, through each and every one of these long drawn out days, I let a sense of self-pity wash through me

    26. " Ernesto had them drawn in on his map

    27. The dust was drawn to the ship by its own gravity

    28. There were lines of ships and rafts anchored off every lock entry, ropes being paddled in and out, barges being drawn both ways in a complex ballet who's rhythm wasn't obvious at first

    29. The closer we walk according to the Spirit, and the less we allow ourselves the opportunity to walk according to the flesh, the closer we are drawn into the light – which is to say into God’s presence

    30. Her eyes busily scanned the people in the vicinity, on the lookout for anything that might be threatening while Angie referred to the little map Iain had drawn for them

    31. This obedience would have actually drawn the Father’s face closer instead of further

    32. whose knees are drawn up to his chin

    33. She had always been drawn to his eyes; they were grayish in color, and could bore thru a person

    34. to the core drawn, came man

    35. He was in the center of a thicket, his legs drawn up, his back against the clump of thick reeds that was one of the trunks of this clump

    36. drawn down through lips that are framed

    37. these long drawn years for the footstep,

    38. and drawn down with her, pay the penance of her poison

    39. of deep drawn airs

    40. Even now, in these long drawn out adult years,

    41. Everyone was heading for the sea, drawn by the power and the roar

    42. It was inevitable that they would be drawn to each other

    43. Susie and Darla were drawn to Roger and Ben, brothers 16 months apart

    44. I looked behind into a doorway then I heard a squeak and she materialised in a nearby archway, smiling and mumbling into the headscarf drawn across her toothless mouth

    45. As she gazed on her former life for the last time she found her eyes drawn to the tallest glass tower on the city skyline, on the windows of which the brilliant afternoon sun was conducting a symphony of light

    46. But the afternoon came to a standstill when my attention was drawn to the vision of a lady completely dressed in white

    47. The roadway is busy here at the entry to what must count as docks … wagons piled high with all sorts of goods trundle heavily along, drawn by much sturdier ggs than my elegant Sefir

    48. Tentative battle plans were drawn that would be put into play when they arrived

    49. that perfect someone, as this process cuts down on the long, drawn out process of meeting and

    50. He found himself being drawn to the beautiful woman

    1. The city is not on Beghtik dam, but draws water power thru the cut into the last canal of the interconnects

    2. He comes back to the bed, draws back the covers and helps me to my feet

    3. The end of the month draws near

    4. "The beauty is one thing that draws me back

    5. that draws the skin of land toward blue hazed skies

    6. containing buried remains that draws the wistful,

    7. When Israel falls, Jesus told us to look up, for our redemption draws near

    8. It draws men to covetousness

    9. She tiptoed in and opened her dresser draws and got a change of clothes for herself

    10. according to the hand that draws serpents,

    11. He draws me out of the stables with a final command to his son to ensure that Adamant is fed

    12. As we draw nearer to the gate, he reaches into his bag and draws out a paper

    13. As she draws level with us, she greets Simon

    14. In Practice: know what draws that something and

    15. ’ I replied, as he draws back from me

    16. The combination of fat wage packets and all day drinking in town centre pubs makes Boutport Street particularly hairy as the day draws down

    17. He pours and takes the mug with him into the bathroom, where he draws a shallow bath

    18. Trade? How the hell should he know? He draws strands of thought together and tries to make them coalesce into something coherent

    19. The car draws level with Billy's Vauxhall and the driver and his passenger peer in through Billy's window

    20. He looks so intense and there is something in his eyes, something in the soothing way that his voice modulates, that draws her in

    21. He cups her chin with his left hand and draws her face to his

    22. So, this morning I stand there as usual and the train draws into the station

    23. The windscreen draws level with the sign at the end; I start the engine and move off – as the sign says

    24. Claire comes back into the office after lunch and, seeing the smile on my face, draws her own conclusions

    25. draws the sap and concentrates it into the leaves

    26. As the end of things draws near, we are exhorted to

    27. "Not one of the ancient crypts ever found actually contained more than a skeleton and artifacts, so there's no reason, other than the fact that it draws movie audiences, to think a viable hibernation vault will be found

    28. He wrote literary and mythological essays in which he draws parallels between Greek myths and other mythologies

    29. It is the produce of land which draws the fish from the waters ; and it is the produce of the surface of the earth which extracts the minerals from its bowels

    30. The trader A in Edinburgh, we shall suppose, draws a bill upon B in London, payable two months after date

    31. B accordingly, before the expiration of the first two months, redraws this bill upon A in Edinburgh ; who, again before the expiration of the second two months, draws a second bill upon B in London, payable likewise two months after date; and before the expiration of the third two months, B in London redraws upon A in Edinburgh another bill payable also two months after date

    32. mistaken me for the chap who draws the chalk-lines

    33. however, draws our attention that none of those

    34. then, but the idealism of the fifties is what draws them in

    35. Notice the Jewish apostle Peter draws this same conclusion

    36. And though goods do not always draw money so readily as money draws goods, in the long-run they draw it more necessarily than even it draws them

    37. The channel of circulation necessarily draws to itself a sum sufficient to fill it, and never admits any more

    38. The world you see will appear different to you because as you change what you care about, you change what draws your attention

    39. The monopoly of the colony trade, on the contrary, by excluding the competition of other nations, and thereby raising the rate of profit, both in the new market and in the new employment, draws produce from the old market, and capital from the old employment

    40. In new colonies, agriculture either draws hands from all other employments, or keeps them from going to any other employment

    41. Whatever, therefore, raises the rate of mercantile profit, either lessens the superiority, or increases the inferiority of the profit of improvement : and, in the one case, hinders capital from going to improvement, and in the other draws capital from it; but by discouraging improvement, the monopoly necessarily retards the natural increase of another great original source of revenue, the rent of land

    42. draws hydrogen molecules together to form stars and

    43. It is passion that draws others to you to

    44. draws the dragon’s attention and it turns and heads in that direction

    45. Secondly, by giving a sort of monopoly of the home market to its own merchants, artificers, and manufacturers, it raises the rate of mercantile and manufacturing profit, in proportion to that of agricultural profit; and, consequently, either draws from agriculture a part of the capital which had before been employed in it, or hinders from going to it a part of what would otherwise have gone to it

    46. It is thus that Holland draws a great part of its subsistence from other countries; live cattle from Holstein and Jutland, and corn from almost all the different countries of Europe

    47. Where church benefices, on the contrary, are many of them very considerable, the church naturally draws from the universities the greater part of their eminent men of letters; who generally find some patron, who does himself honour by procuring them church preferment

    48. This once again shows how certain aspects were mentioned in the Bible, long before they happen and draws these connections long before these zones inside the Earth were named by modern day scientists

    49. This aggressive behaviour draws a great deal of attention from other Humans when performed in a crowded area

    50. Her breath came in long, lung-emptying draws as reality finally began to sink in

    1. " Ennil's head drew back a few inches, "Ava told me their dimensions, they are miles long

    2. "And you drew all over his face! What is wrong with you?"

    3. The anticipation of that tryst was what drew Tdeshi's hormones on this folly in the first place wasn't it? Maybe it was what Jorma taught her about Tdeshi that had made it so exciting

    4. He zoomed in and out, cycled through the floors of the building and drew X’s and lines through different rooms

    5. She drew a copper against her royalties at a financial house, had a nice late Noonmeal with her cabin mate on one of Gengee City's most stylish towers, then gave up some of Noonsleep to visit an eye room and see if Kulai got her message already

    6. With some digging in some financial back doors he knew thru the merchant's committee, he was able to find that she drew royalties on 'photovoltaic devices' which meant Yingolian crystals

    7. The smell drew Estwig from his lair

    8. " There were about 200 Euro The man snatched at the bills but Theo drew back

    9. slowed his pace, drew close, pressing his body into hers and as the music faded he

    10. He raised the bat and drew back behind his shoulder, aiming at my right kneecap

    11. stopped her circling and drew close to Johnny, taking both his hands in her own soft

    12. "Using the AmpliMagineer user interface paradigm, you just create this location translation pane here," she drew the boundaries of the magic carpet on an image of her home's foyer, "bundle it with this location," she outlined the magic carpet as it sat there over the beach, "and snap it into this site's continuous instance list here

    13. soon as I drew nearer to Him

    14. God drew me close to Him

    15. Their soul abhorred all manner of food, And they drew near to

    16. " Betsy drew up a chair and sat down next to Theo

    17. Ava drew a deep breath, "When Moses fled from Pharaoh in the second book of the old testament, this software was two thousand years old

    18. As the sequence drew closer around the planet and built up more integrations and matches against data files, a better match on that shuttlecraft was building up

    19. I knew that because I was the one who drew it up

    20. Smith drew a metaphorical line in the cosmic sand

    21. And he came apace, and drew near

    22. She drew a long breath

    23. Bahkmar wondered how long it would be before he risked open defiance as the day drew near

    24. I drew that scene the day before, on 20th May

    25. There was no energy to run a pump here, in fact a wind-wheel drew their water, so the pool could hold nothing but some ornamental fish and plants to provide their oxygen

    26. I drew back my arm, screaming at him all the while

    27. Menachem told me later that as I pounced on Robbie, that as I drew back my fist to smash it into his face, The Man had simply turned and aimed his next kick at my head, sending me spinning into the corner of the room

    28. After about an hour the van drew to a halt and one by one the guards forced us to leave the van and kneel down in cold, damp mud

    29. his punches drew blood to her face and lips,

    30. Could she have just kept up this caterwauling even then and claimed he just drew some blurry pictures? It looked like he had the choice of using force on her or giving this up and he had to make this decision while she was bellowing about how savage Alan said they were and how they would use force to take him back

    31. As he chattered on about how much he was enjoying himself exploring Abery, how welcome Issa and Remos had made him and a hundred and other little things, Kara drew on every resource available not to fall apart

    32. He drew a deep breath and decided he had to share this fear sooner or later, so why not get it over with

    33. The nearer the barge drew to London, the lighter Kara’s heart became

    34. The landscape was becoming more built up as is drew nearer to the City … more farmsteads along the river, many with wharves selling produce, more large barn-like constructions doubtless used for craft activities, and, as they drew nearer to the city, glass houses covering vast areas of land, growing produce to be shipped to markets of London

    35. That thing drew your blood and infected you with its poison

    36. ’ The woman said, envy tinging her voice, as she drew near to the table, reaching out a finger to touch the blue stones

    37. She locked in on that, saw where that must have gone, made sure there was nothing else in the area, and drew an arrow sighted toward that area

    38. The other one still drew blood from her, and the tentacle continued to draw her in

    39. I remember the late summer clouds and us sitting on the shoreline picking out the best ones when he drew my attention to the water, 'See how the light from the sky colours the sea? The clouds are making the water grey, like slate

    40. He took a wand and drew a curve representing the bottom of the globe, then drew the bundle off of it

    41. He drew the cross section of how that was mounted into the tower now, it was just a sketch, the detailed drawing was in his head, this was a backup recording

    42. He drew the range of motion he could get in the bundle

    43. Her simple presence drew respect from the whole room

    44. Alan drew a deep breath

    45. Outside several brick-heads straggled past, making crying noises until they drew level then howled a juvenile howl to their friends inside who promptly got up, paid their bill and left

    46. The black drew up his last reserves of energy and used it in one final assault with a blast so intense he hoped to destroy Collin

    47. But on the afternoon of the get-together Virgenia's drew people from all over the village and they sat and chatted and played with the children and the children thought it was just like a holiday

    48. The temple was ancient and drew in

    49. A commotion near the entrance to the Hold drew her attention; she could see two rows of warriors lined up facing fifteen to twenty Scathers

    50. Alexis drew me over to the mill and the extent of what had been developing was evident once the entrance was open

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    Synonyms for "draw"

    draw haul haulage draw poker draw play hook hooking lot standoff tie attracter attraction attractor drawing card disembowel eviscerate make depict describe cast drag puff guide pass run pull back string thread pull attract draw in pull in absorb imbibe soak up sop up suck suck up take in take up delineate line trace get take out get out pull out reap draw off withdraw draw and quarter quarter hale purchase trail lead dead heat stalemate stand-off invite entice lure magnetise magnetize allure induce picture design draft paint etch sketch formulate compose draw up form frame prepare write drain inhale deduce steal take derive infer understand produce bear bring in extend attenuate draw out lengthen stretch

    "draw" definitions

    a gully that is shallower than a ravine

    an entertainer who attracts large audiences

    the finish of a contest in which the score is tied and the winner is undecided

    anything (straws or pebbles etc.) taken or chosen at random

    a playing card or cards dealt or taken from the pack

    a golf shot that curves to the left for a right-handed golfer

    (American football) the quarterback moves back as if to pass and then hands the ball to the fullback who is running toward the line of scrimmage

    poker in which a player can discard cards and receive substitutes from the dealer

    the act of drawing or hauling something

    cause to move by pulling

    get or derive

    make a mark or lines on a surface

    make, formulate, or derive in the mind

    bring, take, or pull out of a container or from under a cover

    represent by making a drawing of, as with a pencil, chalk, etc. on a surface

    take liquid out of a container or well

    give a description of

    select or take in from a given group or region

    elicit responses, such as objections, criticism, applause, etc.

    suck in or take (air)

    move or go steadily or gradually

    remove (a commodity) from (a supply source)

    choose at random

    earn or achieve a base by being walked by the pitcher

    bring or lead someone to a certain action or condition

    cause to flow

    write a legal document or paper

    engage in drawing

    move or pull so as to cover or uncover something

    allow a draft

    require a specified depth for floating

    pull (a person) apart with four horses tied to his extremities, so as to execute him

    cause to move in a certain direction by exerting a force upon, either physically or in an abstract sense

    take in, also metaphorically

    direct toward itself or oneself by means of some psychological power or physical attributes

    thread on or as if on a string

    stretch back a bowstring (on an archer's bow)

    pass over, across, or through

    finish a game with an equal number of points, goals, etc.


    reduce the diameter of (a wire or metal rod) by pulling it through a die

    steep; pass through a strainer

    remove the entrails of

    flatten, stretch, or mold metal or glass, by rolling or by pulling it through a die or by stretching

    cause to localize at one point