haul

Part of speech: verb

To draw or drag with force; transport by pulling.

Part of speech: noun

A pulling with force; something hauled in, as a draft of fishes.

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Usage examples "haul":

  1. We was paid for to haul; and haul we did, according to superior orders. - "Springhaven A Tale of the Great War", R. D. Blackmore.
  2. Who's to haul up? - "The Lone Ranche", Captain Mayne Reid.
  3. " Ease him then, sir, and take it easy," said Dick; " tire him quite out, and then haul in quickly." - "Middy and Ensign", G. Manville Fenn.