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Spell Check of pull

Correct spelling: pull

Definition of pull:

  1. The act of pulling; that which is pulled; a contest; a struggle; a pluck; violence suffered.
  2. To draw towards one; to pluck; to tear; to rend. To pull down, to demolish; to humble. To pull off, to separate by pulling. To pull out, to extract. To pull up, to tear up by the roots; to eradicate.
  3. To give a pull; to tug. To pull through, to get through.

Common misspellings for pull:

pully, oull.


Google Ngram Viewer results for pull:

This graph shows how "pull" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.

Examples of usage for pull:

  1. I understand how difficult it is to get into your clothes when you have no roommate to pull you together. –  by
  2. They didn’ t let him rise; they didn’ t so much as pull him to his feet. –  by
  3. I would not like the train to pull out without us. –  by

Quotes for pull:

  1. A warrior is free to be a hero and pull off daring do and the soldier is irresponsible if he does it.
  2. You don't have a face to work with, so your voice has to do all the work until you see the animation. So, a lot of it I had to pull back because it was too big.
  3. And when an architect has designed a house with large windows, which is a necessity today in order to pull the daylight into these very deep houses, then curtains come to play a big role in architecture.
  4. I think God's going to come down and pull civilization over for speeding.
  5. When it gets to this point, it's just hard to pull the trigger.

Rhymes for pull:

  1. bull, full, wool;