Adjectives for Pull | Words to describe Pull

  • Great
  • Good
  • Slight
  • Tremendous
  • Magnetic
  • Hard
  • Long
  • Cautious
  • Deep
  • Quick
  • Stiff
  • Strong
  • Mere
  • First
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    • 1. Clay gave a quick pull, and something shiny whizzed through the air, landing with a dull flop some yards behind the boys. 🔊
    • 2. Hence when B is slackened the boat approaches the shore, while a very slight pull on it turns the boat outward. 🔊
    • 3. Laura never was over strong with the managers unless she had a good pull, and now she's shifting for herself, they've gone back on her. 🔊
    • 4. It was a long pull to the shop; but his mind was too full of wonder and sly devising to perceive the labor of the way.... 🔊
    • 5. As the roan felt the tremendous pull on his mouth and the whip-thongs stung his head and neck, he turned at a sharp angle, dragging his mate. 🔊
    • 6. With a pleasant smile, and a long pull at a freshly lit "papirosh," he gives vent to his feelings with the remark that heads this chapter. 🔊
    • 7. Each destroyer eventually carried twenty or thirty of these destructive weapons at the stern; a mere pull on a lever would make one drop into the water. 🔊
    • 8. He washed down the meal with a long pull from his canteen, and then, after allowing himself a few minutes of hard-earned rest, was off again toward the goal that now began to seem less distant than it had before. 🔊
    • 9. Dorothea gave a cautious pull to the bolt of the outer door and opened it, letting a sudden sweet chill rush of light and fresh air into the closed house, where they had all been asleep through the night. 🔊
    • 10. There was a sudden awaking of carburetor, pistons, sparking-plugs, valves, trembler, each part which had been resting after the long pull, striving to obey its master. 🔊
    • 11. Fathers, and husbands, and brothers and lovers, make formidable enemies, in sight of their own chimney-tops; but the most flogging regiments, we used to say, were the best fighting regiments for a long pull. 🔊
    • 12. Then Thor put his lips to the drinking horn, and took one long, deep pull, thinking he had surely emptied it, but to his surprise, the water had lowered only a few inches. 🔊
    • 13. But the bear reared, and struck with his forepaws at the darky's legs, stripping his trousers clean off the first pull. 🔊
    • 14. Then he pulled it out with a strong pull, and it snapped short off, and that's why Bruin goes about with a stumpy tail to this day! 🔊
    • 15. On the other hand, the new and younger blood took hold with confidence, and when Glover called, "Yo, heave ho!" at headquarters, they bent themselves clear across the system for a hard pull together. 🔊
    • 16. All telephone receivers today are of the electromagnetic type, the voice currents causing a varying magnetic pull on an armature or diaphragm, which in turn produces the sound waves corresponding to the undulations of the voice currents. 🔊
    • 17. As he ducked low and leaped forward with his body, his left hand flashed from under the screen of the table, and so accurately-timed was the single stiff pull on the self-cocking trigger that the cartridge discharged as the muzzle came forward. 🔊

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