pull apart[ pool ]SEE DEFINITION OF pull apart
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PULL APART
They should not pull apart, nor be disinterested in these matters.
Chicoree flew down in the grass almost under Peter's nose and began to pull apart a dandelion which had gone to seed.
He began to pull apart and bend back the little trees to get a better view of the old stump.
Gash the loaf at the ends and pull apart into halves; then cut the halves and pull apart into quarters.
The prisoner seized the palings as though he meant to pull apart the barrier between them.
No man nor any ten men can pull apart the closed jaws of a man-eating crocodile.
The first aim to be considered is to have the joining strong enough so that it will not pull apart.
If you pull apart the cotyledons very carefully, you find certain other structures between them.
Sheet steel can be welded to cast iron, but will pull apart, tearing out particles of the iron.
Pull the cotton apart, then twist some of it and pull apart; in turn break the branch, the cornstalk and the straw.