pull

104 synonyms found

Pronunciation:

[pˈʊl], [pˈʊl], [p_ˈʊ_l]
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Synonyms for Pull:

attraction (noun)

affinity, allurement, appeal, attraction, attractiveness, enticement, fascination, gravitation, magnetism, temptation, traction.

handle (noun)

brace, brake, crank, doorknob, handle, knob, knocker, lug, shank, spindle, stock, trigger.

influence (noun)

authority, bias, command, control, importance, influence, mastery, motivation, power, predominance, pressure, rank, rule, seniority, supremacy, sway.

attract (verb)

allure, attract, captivate, charm, drag, draw, enchant, engross, entice, invite, lure, magnetize, seduce.

pull (verb)

grab, haul, tow, tug, yank.

Other synonyms and related words:

draft, dram, draught, draw towards, drench, gulp, guzzle, hale, heave, heft, in, inhale, lag, lap, make a pinch, nab, peg, pinch, pluck, ply the oar, proof, prove, puff, pull towards, pulling power, punt, quaff, row, scull, sip, slip, stand-in, strain, suction, sup, swig, swill, take in tow, tear, tickler, toothful, trail, trek, trial impression, twist, withdraw, wrench.

Rhymes for Pull:

  1. wool, full, bull;

Quotes for Pull:

  1. I can see through almost any scam, especially one perpetrated by the federal government. I can see through it... they can't pull the wool over my eyes, it's absolutely freakin' impossible to pull the wool over my eyes about the government. Gary Coleman.
  2. I think that the public is in and the public is in big, and the public is not, I don't think going to pull out because the public knows what I said about 1987. Jim Cramer.
  3. Olivia Newton -John was our first choice to play Sandy, but she was nervous about acting, whether she would feel comfortable with us and could pull it off at all. Randal Kleiser.

Idioms of Pull:

  1. pull sm apart;
  2. pull ( sm or an animal) through ( sth);
  3. pull sm or sth up;