draw[ draw ]SEE DEFINITION OF draw
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DRAW
I have left a separate fund in a savings bank for her to draw upon.
It were a pity, if all this outcry should draw no customers.
May she draw a husband, while drawing her water, as Rachel did of old.
You see what you draw upon yourself by excelling all your sex.
How'll they know that it was luck—that my gun stuck in the holster—and that you jumped me on the draw?
That, at least, is a legitimate inference to draw from the history of life on this planet.
A partner has the right to draw out any, or all, of the partnership funds.
But this time, instead of letting her draw away, he put out his arms and caught her to him.
"I had to draw it a bit fine," declared Langdon, with apologetic remonstrance.
Take courage, then, and draw at once the knife from the wound.
RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR DRAW
- argue into
- bring about
- bring around
- draw in
- get up
- give rise to
- lead to
- prevail upon
- sell one on
- set in motion
- suck in
- talk into
- twist one's arm
- win over