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pull off

verb

Synonyms and Antonyms of pull off

  1. to carry through (as a process) to completion the rebel forces pulled off a surprisingly successful offensive against the better equipped government troops Synonyms of pull off accomplish, achieve, bring off, carry off, carry out, commit, compass, do, execute, follow through (with), fulfill (or fulfil), make, negotiate, perpetrate, prosecute, perform, put throughWords Related to pull off bring about, effect, effectuate, implement; ace, nail; engage (in), practice (also practise); work (at); reduplicate, reenact, repeat; actualize, attain, realize; complete, end, finish, wind upNear Antonyms of pull off fail; skimp, slight, slur



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