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[tˈə͡ʊ], [tˈə‍ʊ], [t_ˈəʊ]


pull (verb)

drag, draw, grab, haul, jerk, pull, tug, yank.

Other synonyms

aaa specialty, acetate filter rod, afford aid, aid, allure, assist, attract, attraction, aureate, auto club offering, blond, blonde, bring, bring aid, bring along, cable, carry, carry along, cart, commit, contribute, dangle, deduce, depict, derive, describe, drag along, drag away, drag behind, drag out, draggle, drawing, elongate, entice, ferry, fettle, flax, flaxen, furnish aid, garage service, get, give aid, gold, golden, hale, hards, haulage, hauling, heave, help, hemp, incline, induce, lead, lend a hand, lend one's aid, lend wings to, lug, lure, make, move, oakum, of, pick, pluck, propel, pull along, pulling, push, pusher convoy, rake, schlepp, snake, strain, stranded motorist's need, stretch, stretch a hand, subscribe to, succor, supply aid, tag along, take in tow, taw, thick rope, tote, tow rope, tow truck, towage, towing, traction, trail, trailer, train, transport, trawl, troll, tugboat, wrench, yellow, yellowish.

Rhymes for Tow:

  1. monroe, rondeau, forgo, slow, au, outgrow, plough, beau, pro, yo, so, owe, sloe, toe, so-so, marceau, chateau, floe, show, sew, doh, turbot, though, ko, tho, mow, mo, blow, thoreau, chateaux, hoe, hello, crow, poe, woe, wo, below, throw, ho, defoe, stowe, oh, row, grow, snow, stow, truffaut, kayo, co, roe, go, bordeaux, cro, dough, glow, know, bestow, flow, forego, sow, gogh, cousteau, munro, undergo, foe, kowtow, low, plateau, loewe, bow, tableau;
  2. ago, miro, although, aglow;
  3. overflow, imo, apropos;

Quotes for Tow:

  1. We also own a little boat and I'm like a kid with it. I take off early in the morning, fishing rod in tow and just drift about the ocean all day. Perry Como.
  2. They had some really cool rigged cars and things that were different that they would tow behind the camera car that were actually on these trailers that manipulated side to side and stuff like they were getting hit, and actually put the actor right in the middle of the chase. David R. Ellis.
  3. Having covered some half a hundred cities, towns, villages, and wide spots in the road during the last tow years, George and I fairly wallowed in the comfort of our own home base. Martin Milner.

Idioms of Tow:

  1. have sm or sth in tow
  2. tow sm or sth into sth;
  3. tow away;