pull down

[ poo l-doun ]SEE DEFINITION OF pull down

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You pull down, you despoil; but they build up, they restore.

Good admonition and bad example only build with one hand to pull down with the other.

Are we to be under orders to pull down one of them Popish chapels—or what?'

Intently Chris watched Istafiev pull down the right-side lever.

He could not hope to pull down so tough-mouthed 90 a beast with his ordinary curb.

They will pull down their prey under the water where they always feed.

"There's Monte Carlo; you might pull down a tidy sum," said the tempter.

Turning, they wished to flee into the castle and pull down the portcullis.

I'd have liked to get at the chimneys, but I'd have had to pull down every cottage in the place to rectify them.

Don't you try to tell me any fairy stories, or you'll pull down trouble.

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