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Pull Adjective Synonyms
draw, haul, drag, lug, tow, trail
Do you think the car is strong enough to pull that load? .
Pull Noun Synonyms
puff, draw, inhalation, drag
He took a long, meditative pull on his cigarette and blew some smoke rings.
Pull Verb Synonyms
attraction, draw, magnetism, appeal, drawing or pulling power, seductiveness, seduction, lure
The pull that golf has on certain people is hard to explain.
draw, tug, yank, jerk
Give the bell-rope a strong, steady pull, try not to yank it suddenly.
influence, authority, connections, prestige, weight, leverage, clout, muscle
You'd better treat her nicely, for she has a lot of pull with the boss.
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Entertainment / Ballet / Pulling Up: Pulling up is critical to the success of a dancer because without it, the simple act of rising up would be extremely difficult. It involves the use of the entire body. To pull up, a dancer must lift t MORE
Entertainment / Football / Pulling: A term used to describe an offensive lineman who, instead of blocking the player in front of him, steps back and moves down the line('pulls') to block another player, usually in a 'trap' or 'sweep.' MORE
Business / Finance / Pullback: The downward reversal of a prolonged upward price trend. MORE
Health / Fitness / Cable Pulley Column: A common form of exercise equipment found at the gym or home. This is a system where a bar or handle is attached to the end of a cable or belt that runs through a pully system and inturn lefts a serie MORE
Business / Finance / Pulling In Their Horns: Investors selling off positions after a stock or bond market has increased sharply or setting up hedging positions to guard against a negative turn of the market. MORE