pull[ pool ]SEE DEFINITION OF pull
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She had begun to pull away in alarm when he seized her wrist.
In such a case he would have told the lady not to pull his leg.
I was forced to turn my face from them, and pull out my handkerchief.
If he exposed himself, would not the three of them pull their guns?
You pull down, you despoil; but they build up, they restore.
Either I'd pull through or I wouldn't, and the odds were—well, I didn't say much.
I pull it off and put it back and it galls my finger, as if it rubbed a wound.
Pull your chair up to the fire and I'll tell you all about it.
But again the voice came, a little stronger, "Pull out, Ned!"
The best of us are not above trying to pull the wool over our own eyes, at times.