First Known Use of pull-up
Examples of pull up in a Sentence
the jockey tried to pull up the apparently injured horse
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The rapper then pulls up in front of the Marion County Jail.
Deputies were driving eastbound on Foothill Boulevard late in the evening when a woman in a Volkswagen Tiguan pulled up next to their vehicle and claimed a motorist in a Toyota Camry had hit the driver’s side of her vehicle.
Moreover, the picture itself is very small and therefore prompts you to pull up close for a better inspection.
Colthirst pulled up in an SUV and argued with Anderson.
Antwaun was walking to the park in the town of Kenbridge, Virginia, on Sunday when a man pulled up next to him in a Chevy Blazer.
The van pulls up outside a Brooklyn soundstage and Cranston, sixty-one, hops out, his sneakers hitting the ground.
Murad pulls up a photo of her with her niece Kathreen.
Back in 2010, a group of scientists drilling in Antarctica pulled up a one-million-year-old chunk of ice.
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First Known Use of pull up
pull up Synonyms
Synonymsarrest, bring up, catch, check, draw up, fetch up, hold up, 1halt, stall, stay, still, stop
Related Wordsbaffle, balk, block, blockade, bottleneck, clog, dam, detain, hinder, hold, hold back, impede, obstruct, snag, stem; conclude, cut off, end, terminate; call, discontinue, suspend; choke off, rein (in), repress, squash, squelch, stanch (or staunch), stunt, suppress, turn back
Near Antonymscarry on, continue, follow through (with), keep (on), keep up, persist, run on; advance, fare, go along, march, move, proceed, progress, wend; actuate, budge, drive, goad, impel, propel, push, spur, stir
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