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Draw

Pronunciation of Draw
/dɹˈɔː/, /dɹˈɔː/, /d_ɹ_ˈɔː/

Antonyms for draw:

repulse, turn off, push, repel.

Synonyms for draw:

open (adjective)

unsheathe.

Sense 1

flyover, force out of, dead heat, Redraw, pyrotechnics, Passive Smoking, matinee, Theatricals, casino, fly by, ashtray, inside track, exhibition, premiere, fruit machine, ravish, sweepstakes, haul in, curtain raiser, detonation, worm out of, smoker, brandish, floor show, gambling, redound, weaponize, trigger-happy, fish out, rearm, smoking, swan song, sheathe, stub out, first night, staging, smoking room, production, performance, pachinko, nicotine gum, unarmed, armorer, showstopper, revival, drag out of, double feature, nonsmoker, slot machine, appearance, pry out, spectacular, smoke-free, roulette, second-hand smoke, pageant, prize out of, presentation, debut, engrave, result in, double bill, one-night stand, scratch card, pay in, command performance, nicotine patch, booking, chain-smoke, call forth, one-armed bandit, craps, opening night, nonsmoking.

Sense 2

defuse, cessation, light up, deadlock, squeeze out, happening, level at, stalemate, glamour, lottery, crayon, deduce, sweeps, spectacle, elicit, gaming, mark out, set off, numbers game, airbrush, wrest, educe, smoke, set piece, vantage, armament, duel, bingo, trump, lotto, witchery, impress, prime, etch, deploy, upper hand, shade, charisma, carve.

Sense 3

counterpoint, caricature, go over, deduct, debit, armed, bulge, enchantment, explosion, shuffle, draw on, decide, spark, assert, stencil, drain, dice, infer.

Sense 4

display, loose, judge, get back, yield, pour, let off, pattern, crisscross.

Sense 5

get together, translate, ticket, derive, shoot.

Sense 6

go down, gross, wire, repay, understand, bid, fish, conclude, patch, imprint, toss, streak.

Sense 7

pay, pool, act, rule, secure, save.

Sense 8

advantage, arm, meet.

Sense 9

credit, net, pit.

Sense 11

gather, print.

Sense 12

pick up.

Sense 13

mark.

Sense 14

raise.

Sense 16

ring.

Sense 17

double, open.

Sense 20

cut.

Sense 22

call, close.

attract

pull.

charm

fascinate.

dapple

stipple.

deadlock

toss-up.

line

line.

pressure

stress.

pull-in

pull in.

pull along

tow.

pump

draw off.

receive

be given.

take

take.

take-in

take in.

take-up

take up.

weaver

loom.

Sense 2 (noun)

caricature, double feature, crayon, curtain raiser, command performance, debut, display, double bill, engrave, act, booking, pencil, appearance, etch.

Sense 3 (noun)

fascinate, shade, Redraw.

Sense 5 (noun)

armed, defuse, armorer, pour, duel, detonation, armament, arm, brandish, deploy.

Sense 6 (noun)

nicotine gum, cessation, light up, draw on, ashtray, drain, pump, chain-smoke.

Sense 7 (noun)

derive, decide, meet, call forth, result in, translate, go down.

Sense 9 (noun)

pay in, close, educe, open, bank, debit, elicit, credit.

Sense 10 (noun)

gross, get together, pay, get back, yield, repay, net.

Sense 11 (noun)

deduct, deduce, infer, conclude, understand, judge, gather.

Sense 12 (noun)

call, shuffle, raise, bid, cut.

Sense 13 (noun)

casino, craps, bingo, dice, fruit machine, double.

Sense 16 (noun)

imprint, streak, mark out, carve, mark.

Sense 20 (noun)

squeeze out, force out of, drag out of, fish, worm out of.

Sense 22 (noun)

wrest, fish out.

artifact (noun)

lot.

attraction (noun)

appeal, lure, pull, charm, traction, affinity, fascination, magnetism, gravitation, enticement, attractiveness, allurement, temptation, attraction, allure.

deadlock (noun)

stalemate.

draw (noun)

lot, withdraw, line, imbibe, attraction, pull, draw play, drawing card, guide, suck up, hook, make, haulage, force, take out, draw and quarter, attractor, disembowel, delineate, puff, describe, trace, quarter, hooking, draw off, pull back, absorb, get, depict, eviscerate, pass, haul, soak up, sop up, outline, run, standoff, drag, reap, cast, tie, draw poker.

draw back (noun)

retract, retreat, withdraw.

draw out (noun)

make, leave, pull out, extend, start, set out, move out.

edge (noun)

vantage.

even chance (noun)

toss-up.

raffle (noun)

gaming, numbers game, sweepstakes.

tie (noun)

standoff, tie.

tie in competition (noun)

deadlock, tie, standoff, dead heat, stalemate.

allure, influence (verb)

engage, bring forth, entice, invite, induce, captivate, enchant, charm, call forth, fascinate, lure.

attract (verb)

seduce, drag, entice, magnetize, captivate, engross, invite, enchant.

bring (verb)

bring, carry, transport, fetch, transfer, adduce, bear, attract, convey, conduct, induce, impart.

carry (verb)

lug.

cognition (verb)

make.

contact (verb)

pull.

create a likeness in a picture (verb)

caricature, form, crayon, outline, paint, prepare, describe, portray, mark, etch, profile, limn, frame, sketch, pencil, engrave, depict, trace, delineate.

creation (verb)

get.

deduce (verb)

take, conclude, infer, make, collect, get, judge, derive.

draw (verb)

doodle, render, paint, depict, illustrate.

extract (verb)

excavate, eradicate, extricate, amputate, withdraw, remove, extract.

motion (verb)

take out.

move something by pulling (verb)

drag, wrench, siphon, draft, pump, pluck, bring, carry, gather, fetch, haul, drain, jerk, lug, yank, trail, educe, elicit, magnetize, tow, tug, extract, convey, attract, hook.

outline (verb)

draft, plan, figure, form, sketch, frame, outline, trace, profile, circumscribe, delineate, silhouette, contour, represent.

possession (verb)

reap.

pull (verb)

haul, jerk, grab, tow, yank, tug.

take out, extend (verb)

pull out.

Usage examples for draw:

  • Maybe my hands was big, but they were fast on the draw. - "Riders of the Silences", Max Brand.
  • All right, then, draw up a chair and let's have it over. - "Left Guard Gilbert", Ralph Henry Barbour.
  • Ruth tried to draw her hands away. - "Norston's Rest", Ann S. Stephens.

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