draw

Part of speech: verb

To sketch; portray.

Part of speech: verb

To pull; haul; lead; attract.

Part of speech: verb

To pull out; extract; call forth; obtain.

Part of speech: verb

To draft; commonly with up.

Part of speech: verb

To require the depth of ( so much water), as a vessel.

Part of speech: verb

To have attractive influence; be attractive.

Part of speech: verb

To have a free draft, as a stove or chimney.

Part of speech: verb

To move as if drawn; as, to draw away.

Part of speech: verb

To obtain money, etc., on application.

Part of speech: verb

To delineate, as with a pencil; practise drawing.

Part of speech: verb

To unsheathe a sword.

Part of speech: noun

An act of drawing.

Part of speech: noun

A tie, as in a game.

Part of speech: noun

The movable section of a drawbridge.

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Usage examples "draw":

  1. How can you draw such things? - "The Pillars of the House, V1", Charlotte M. Yonge.
  2. We draw it as we need it from there. - "Brink of Madness", Walter J. Sheldon.
  3. And of course he isn't- must draw the line somewhere- hang it! - "Lady Merton, Colonist", Mrs. Humphry Ward.