Synonym: attract, bring in, clear, collect, draw, draw in, earn, gain, get in, make, move in, pull, realise, realize, take in. Similar words: pull, pull off, pull on, pull up, pull out, pull down, nullify, call in. Meaning: v. 1. direct toward itself or oneself by means of some psychological power or physical attributes 2. earn on some commercial or business transaction; earn as salary or wages 3. move into (a station) of trains 4. get or bring together pull-in. n. a roadside cafe especially for lorry drivers.
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(1) She can still pull in adoring audiences.
(2) We'd better pull in before the money's all gone.
(3) You need something to pull in the punters . Sentencedict.com
(4) How many voters can he pull in?
(5) The police car signalled to us to pull in.
(6) Many hotels are offering discounts in an attempt to attract punters/pull in the punters.
(7) The low prices still pull in crowds of eager buyers.
(8) He's still got quite a bit of pull in the club - he could probably get you elected.
(9) I must pull in, or my letter will never end.
(10) His family's name gives him a lot of pull in this town.
(11) The Bank of England has had to pull in more gold.
(12) After the business failed, he had to pull in his horns pretty sharply.
(13) You will have to pull in if you want to escape bankruptcy.
(14) Using celebrities in advertising is guaranteed to pull in big bucks.
(15) Pull in the tummy muscles and hold that position.
(16) Others, like General Motors, have had to pull in their sails to weather the storm of a price war.
(17) As they straighten, curve the spine and pull in the tummy, as if you have just received a blow.
(18) Comedies continued to pull in the biggest audiences, followed by thrillers and adventure films.
(19) As you stand, pull in the tummy and pull up, out of the hips.
(20) They need to have a high rate of interest in order to pull in money from investors.
(21) The more torque an engine has, the bigger the load it can pull in the same gear.
(22) If food is scarce it's no use complaining; we shall just have to pull in our belts.
(23) I rounded the curve, looking for a place to pull in.
(24) There are powerful undercurrents in the 1988 Education Act which pull in this direction.
(25) There were a couple of men standing there by the door, waiting for the train to pull in and stop.
(26) With satellite technology it is now possible for a local station to pull in and present multiple pictures on the screen simultaneously.
(27) The structure which is selected is likely to be a compromise between environmental pressures which pull in opposite directions.
(28) Even the claim that the natural order reflected the contingency of a divine will could pull in two directions.
(29) The drawcords on the fleece and the Merlin sleeping bag pull in freely and close tightly if required.
(30) Many societies launch a new-style account and advertise it heavily to pull in thousands of new investors.
More similar words: pull, pull off, pull on, pull up, pull out, pull down, nullify, call in, roll in, fill in, all in all, pull through, rolling, fall into, compelling, fall in love, fulfilling, willingness, fall in love with, pulse, impulse, bull, full, Bull., skull, bullet, sully, popularity, population, manipulate.