pull out[ pool ]SEE DEFINITION OF pull out
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PULL OUT
I was forced to turn my face from them, and pull out my handkerchief.
But again the voice came, a little stronger, "Pull out, Ned!"
He'd settle up with the Old Man and pull out, back across the river.
Wanhope cast about for the word, and Winver supplied it: "Pull out."
You could pull out individuals here and there, as Eleanore did.
Then the two sisters could not do otherwise than pull out their handkerchiefs.
With revolver in hand he instructed the engineer to pull out.
Already, if his watch was right, the train was preparing to pull out.
"Pull out a chair for me, Jamison," said Bell in a strained voice.
He ran off, and the wind bagged my line and the waves also helped to pull out the hook.