Synonym: attract, close in, curl, curl up, draw, get in, move in, pull, pull in, retract, suck in. Similar words: drawing, draw, draw on, draw up, draw out, drawer, withdraw, draw back. Meaning: v. 1. pull inward or towards a center 2. direct toward itself or oneself by means of some psychological power or physical attributes 3. shape one's body into a curl 4. advance or converge on 5. move into (a station) of trains 6. draw in as if by suction.
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1. The days draw in and the mornings get darker.
2. In autumn the days begin to draw in.
3. Norway had held Holland to a scoreless draw in Rotterdam.
4. I'm getting short of money. I have to draw in my expenditure.
5. He'll have to draw in his horns now he's lost his job.
6. After the business failed, he had to draw in his horns pretty sharply.
7. The days begin to draw in after the summer solstice.
8. Next year the bank will draw in some of the money it has lent.
9. It made her gasp and draw in breath.
10. These boundaries draw in children of immigrant farm workers and, at the other extreme, children of high-tech millionaires.
11. A public relations campaign also started up to draw in the waverers.
12. Amy was very quick on the draw in her interview.
13. Others use all the persuasion they can to draw in recruits.
14. Then breathe in through your nose and draw in your right hand back to its starting position.
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15. However, it now plans to draw in its horns in anticipation of declining demand for farm machinery by cutting back production.
16. It could also draw in apolitical idealists alienated by both the extremism of the far left and the abrasiveness of the Thatcherites.
17. Every day brings a chance for you to draw in a breath, kick off your shoes, and dance. Oprah Winfrey
18. I draw in pencil on to the board and then work directly into the drawing.
19. The fishermen draw in their nets full of fish.
20. Science museums have tried to shake off their somewhat starchy image by mounting exhibitions designed to draw in the crowds.
21. This would solve the problem of ventilation, for if a train entered this tunnel, it would draw in fresh air behind it.
22. It was the end of September and the days had begun to draw in.
23. Select a local landmark on a 250[sentencedict.com],000 scale map and draw in the correct quadrant.
24. The illness which had descended on her seemed to draw in its claws.
25. A pathfinder programme under the Private Finance Initiative should draw in even more.
26. Their aim - to beat the clock and each other in a competition to find the fastest draw in the country.
27. The fewer we became, the more strongly we had to support each other and draw in.
28. The boundary between probity and fraud was much more difficult to draw in this area.
29. He and other analysts figure that formation of a stable government would draw in more foreign investment, buoying the market.
30. This was obviously the case last January, when the teams fought out a goalless draw in grim weather at Ayresome Park.