pull out

  1. move out or away
    The troops pulled out after the cease-fire
  2. remove, usually with some force or effort; also used in an abstract sense
    extract a bad tooth
    take out a splinter
    extract information from the telegram
    pull weeds
  3. bring, take, or pull out of a container or from under a cover
    pull out a gun
    The mugger pulled a knife on his victim
    draw a weapon
  4. remove oneself from an obligation
    He bowed out when he heard how much work was involved
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How To Use pull out In A Sentence

  • He will pull out something special today because this is a huge game and there is so much on the line here for the Wallabies. Times, Sunday Times
  • Later, I open the envelope and pull out a blow-up of the wedding photo.
  • He made a motion to Renny to pull out local navigation charts.
  • For a moment she feared he would simply step over, grab her wrist, pull out the money.
  • Equally, the vendor can pull out if a better offer comes along, or if they retract from the market. Homebuying: A contract to keep the gazumpers from your door
  • You pull out the pressure cuff, pump the bubble thing, staring at the gismo that resembles your caller ID. Full Tilt Boogie
  • Be careful when you pull out of the driveway.
  • Rather, in this section we pull out for the reader the key assumptions and insights offered by each.
  • She had to pull out of the race at the last minute.
  • I love it when people pull out the "nimby" as if it's some terrible thing. Undefined
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