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verb as in drawing something with force

verb as in attract

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Example Sentences

Thankfully for everyone at FiveThirtyEight, there’s no sign that the league would want to allow pulled pitchers to come back into the game, or to institute a mercy rule.

The debate over who really pulled off the Sony hack, then, could continue indefinitely.

And I tell Ollie, just look at me, because they just pulled out the pistolas.

Everything turned around and we pulled it together, got our act together for the big ten.

He was then literally slapped around by the high priest, who pulled on his ears in an effort to produce tears.

To be fair, no artist had ever been asked to, or could have pulled it off if they had.

I was rather awed by his imposing appearance, and advanced timidly to the doors, which were of glass, and pulled the bell.

The weed growing over every water, and at the bank of the river, shall be pulled up before all grass.

The old dowager's voice toned down, and she pulled her black feathers straight upon her head.

It was a sad day for Ramona and Alessandro when the kindly Hyers pulled up their tent-stakes and left the valley.

The trains were pulled up the incline at the Lickey by powerful stationary engines.


On this page you'll find 59 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to pulled, such as: tear, haul, rip, tow, pluck, and trail.

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