Thesaurus / draw upon
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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Very rarely did he spring birds, as he did not draw upon them until you were with him.

I have been tempted in these two short interviews, to draw upon that fellow, fifty times.

Barnaby RudgeCharles Dickens

There was no occasion for her to draw upon her supply of "encore verses."

Tales From BohemiaRobert Neilson Stephens

As soon as the estimates were prepared, he looked the ground over to see how far he could draw upon local resources for material.

The Colonel's DreamCharles W. Chesnutt

The first to draw upon these sources in large numbers were the anthracite coal operators of Pennsylvania.

He only begins to draw upon his reserves when a thing becomes what he might call impossible.

A Tramp's NotebookMorley Roberts

Am I at liberty to draw upon you for the sum of two hundred and fifty thousand francs, Mr. Mortimer?

We now had so much of life in common and of mutual memory to draw upon.

Besides this, we had the five hundred books of the Snark's library to draw upon, so that we never lacked for reading.

We do not draw upon engineers' families for our supply of engineers.

WORDS RELATED TO DRAW UPON

Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.