Examples of pull up in a Sentence
the jockey tried to pull up the apparently injured horse
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Divers have also begun pulling up keys, jewelry, along with a pocket watch and a gold plated box that is the size of a match box.
Prosecutors say Goddard’s teenage son, also named Gary, and Williams were among a group of people outside a home on the 900 block of Elmhurst Avenue when McDuffie, Ballard and Wilson pulled up to the property in a car and got out of the vehicle.
An innocent little girl — a baby, really — was sitting with her parents on the front porch of their South Side home when someone pulled up in a car and starting firing.
In 1971, a boy identified as B.J. in his lawsuit, was hanging out with friends in front of a store when Brouillard pulled up in his Volkswagen.
Five years ago, CJ Grisham was hiking in Bell County with an assault rifle slung across his torso when a Temple police officer pulled up behind him.
The silence was broken only by a vintage pickup truck pulling up to the Downs grain elevator, huge mounds of excess grain piled high on the ground all around it.
One neighbor saw several cars pull up to DeAngelo's house in the late afternoon, and armored police pour out of them, with arrest warrants on charges of murder.
When the last 18-wheeler pulled up under the Coolidge Highway bridge sometime before sunrise, there were 13 of them in total.
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PULL-UP Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of pull-up for English Language Learners
: an exercise in which you hold onto a bar above your head and then pull your body up until your chin is above the bar
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