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Verb
To cause to follow by applying steady force on
“I take her hand in mine and pull her towards the door.”
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To attract a sexual partner
“I can't afford to have bands who won't pull the crowds.”
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To strain or stretch
“Pleasurable when you get there but try not to pull a muscle or strain something else trying to saddle up.”
Noun
An act of pulling something
“With a quick pull of the reins, they headed back towards Benson Manor.”
Noun
Something exerting an influence or attraction
“Nevertheless, it demonstrates the pull a curator can exert on an exhibition.”
Noun
Ability to exercise influence
“While I'd like to believe that Stern doesn't have that much pull with his listeners, I know I'd just be kidding myself.”
Noun
A deep draught of a drink
“She takes a deep pull and starts coughing really hard and laughing at the same time.”
Noun
An act of inhaling while smoking a pipe, cigarette, or cigar
“WIM takes a pull from a handmade cigarette, scoops the bones up without looking, then casts them again.”
Noun
The more favorable condition or position in a competition
“… a political candidate with all of the pull that comes with a vast fortune and famous surname.”
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