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verb as in move something by pulling

verb as in deduce

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verb as in take out, extend

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In mid-October, she texted again to say that Drew’s services had been approved through December.

One witness said the gunfire began after a traffic collision, which drew the attention of a nearby police officer.

The off-year special election into which Duke threw himself drew little media notice at first.

His later books drew heavily from experiences and people he encountered at the bar, including the cruel captain in The Sea-Wolf.

His mature wit and poetic style drew in those around him and we connected instantly.

Like I said, as a team we drew attention to the sport in a way no one ever has.

Tausig possessed this repose in a technical way, and his touch was marvellous; but he never drew the tears to your eyes.

She alighted, and her aggressive servants drew away somewhat.

The girl smiled, and drew out a large key, and nodded, still smiling as she replaced it.

David says, that his soul was full of trouble, and his life drew near unto the grave.

The Countess drew a beautiful miniature from its case, which lay on the sofa near her, and presented it to her young charge.


On this page you'll find 217 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to drew, such as: gather, drag, bring, elicit, evoke, and pick.

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