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noun as in tie in competition

verb as in move something by pulling

verb as in deduce

Strongest matches

Weak match

verb as in take out, extend

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Across the country, in Camarillo, California, home of the Abundant Table, the leaves aren’t much of a draw, but the farm still offers a classic fall experience.

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A card draw then brings on other events, from clear-cutting of forests to a shark attack to an animal rescue.

Learning to draw means taking a scene that we see as three-dimensional and representing it on a two-dimensional piece of paper.

North Carolina’s Research Triangle region boasts the sort of academic power and national draw often associated with the Northeast Corridor’s Ivy League.

Chelsea can still finish Top 4 if they lose and Sunday’s Manchester United-Leicester game doesn’t end in a draw.

In Dresden, Germany, anti-Islam rallies each week draw thousands of demonstrators.

Anyone who tries to draw attention to threats instead of quietly burying them is worsening the problem.

Sting took over the lead role to try to draw an audience, but his thumpingly inspirational score was already the hero of the show.

In another year, stories about the strange new face of an A-list actress might draw chortles and cackles.

Neither officer had “the opportunity to draw their weapons,” according to police reports.

It was one of those long moments that makes a fellow draw his breath sharp when he thinks about it afterward.

Instead of writing slander and flat blasphemy, they propose to draw it, and not draw it mild.

It seems hardly possible to draw a more graphic picture of the blessings diffused by the balmy plant, than that just given.

I only draw your attention to the facts; which have been sufficiently patent to the world, whatever Lord Hartledon may think.

They heard how in the early spring in the meadow by the mill-dam Tim and I had stopped our ploughs to draw lots and he had lost.


On this page you'll find 333 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to draw, such as: tie, deadlock, stalemate, standoff, dead end, and dead heat.

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