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To produce an image of (someone or something) by making lines and marks on paper
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“Thus, it is impossible to draw the above picture in one pencil stroke without retracing.”
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To pull or drag along through the application of steady force
“Squat, bend at the knee, and draw the object close to you.”
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To reach (a conclusion) by deduction or inference from a set of circumstances
“So Rushton's use of this data to draw the conclusions he reaches about hereditability is sound, in my opinion.”
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To attract (someone) to come to a place or an event
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“We create attractive websites that will draw visitors to your web pages.”
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To remove from a particular place or position
“I will need to draw some money from the ATM to pay for these additional bills.”
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To take or obtain (liquid or gas) from a source
“The top of the well was covered with a wooden slab, which left a hole to draw water from.”
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To move somewhere in a slow and steady way
“My excitement grew as the train continued to draw closer to our destination.”
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To receive in return for effort
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“He would eventually begin to draw a generous income from his business endeavors.”
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To remove the innards of
“If he replies to any effect, I will gibbet him in a pamphlet, and draw and quarter him.”
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To pull (curtains) shut or open
“When it came to the end of the day, though, I was more than happy to draw the curtains and shut the day out.”
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To take in (a breath)
“I veer into the middle lane again, car swerving wildly, and draw a second deep breath.”
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To finish a game or contest on level terms
“The team would draw with their opponents at the siren.”
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To attract or lure by temptation
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To muster or summon up an emotion or quality
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To evoke or draw out (a reaction, answer, or fact) from someone
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To come up with
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To use coaxing or flattery in order to persuade someone to do something
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To come or go near, or nearer to, in place or time
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To draw into the mouth by contracting the muscles of the lips and mouth to make a partial vacuum
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To prolong or lengthen
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To implicate someone in a situation
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To write or draw (something), especially aimlessly or hastily
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To use, empty or drain completely
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To take for temporary use
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To reach level terms with someone or something that was once ahead
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To cost a given amount of money
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To provide or make accommodations for
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To form an opinion or conclusion about
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To strike or hit heavily, and sometimes repeatedly
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To obtain coal, minerals, or other valuable materials through excavation
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To blow or breathe in repeated short bursts or gasps of air
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To focus on, usually of one's vision or thoughts
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To lift out (liquid) with a utensil
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To make someone tired
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To take or carry something from one place to another
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To move or depart to another place
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To gather into wrinkles
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To offer as a prize in a raffle
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To pull (someone) into one's arms
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To use small dots to give the appearance of shading to
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Exchange for real money
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To remove unwanted items from
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A game or contest that ends with the score even
“The team ended their campaign with five wins and a draw from their six matches.”
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A person or thing that is very attractive or interesting
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“All of these hallmarks of the American dream are a powerful draw.”
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A game or contest where the winners are selected randomly
“The winner will be the first entry selected after the draw closes at midnight.”
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A drug smoked or ingested for euphoric effect
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An incentive that helps bring about a desired state or result
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A sudden violent twist or pull
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A highlight or special attraction of a particular place, thing or event
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Hit from a joint
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The number of people present at a particular place or event
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The advantage or benefit of something
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A famous person, typically successful or much-publicized
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The state or condition of being equal
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The assembled spectators or listeners at a public event such as a play, film, concert, or meeting
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A short, explosive burst of breath or wind
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Pressure or tension exerted on a material object
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