Draw

Draw,

Definition of Draw:

  1. Produce (a picture or diagram) by making lines and marks, especially with a pen or pencil, on paper.

  2. Hit (the ball) so that it travels slightly to the left (for a left-handed player, the right), usually as a result of spin given to the ball.

  3. Be the cause of (a specified response).

  4. Select (a ticket or name) randomly to decide winners in a lottery, opponents in a sporting contest, etc.

  5. A game or contest that ends with the score even; a tie.

  6. An act of removing a gun from its holster in order to shoot.

  7. (of a sail) be filled with wind.

  8. An act of inhaling smoke from a cigarette or cigar.

  9. A person or thing that is very attractive or interesting.

  10. Take or obtain (liquid) from a container or receptacle.

  11. Pull or drag (something such as a vehicle) so as to make it follow behind.

  12. Extract (an object) from a container or receptacle.

  13. A shot causing the ball to deviate to the left (or, for a left-handed golfer, the right).

  14. An act of selecting names randomly, typically by extracting them from a bag or other container, to match competitors in a game or tournament.

  15. Impart backspin to (the cue ball), making it move backwards after hitting an object ball.

  16. A payment from the construction loan proceeds made to contractors, subcontractors, home builders, or suppliers.

  17. (of a ship) require (a specified depth of water) to float in; have (a certain draft).

  18. Finish (a contest or game) with an even score; tie.

Synonyms of Draw

Sketch, Make a drawing, Make a drawing of, Make a diagram, Make a diagram of, Pencil, Pull out, Take out, Bring out, Draw out, Produce, Fish out, Extract, Withdraw, Raffle, Lottery, Sweepstake, Sweep, Tombola, Ballot, Tweedledum and Tweedledee, Abbreviate, Abysm, Abyss, Accept, Acquire, Act on, Adduct, Adduction, Admit, Advance, Affinity, Allowance, Allure, Allurement, Amount to, Appeal, Approach, Argue into, Arrange, Arrive, Arroyo, Assume, Attendance, Attract, Attractance, Attraction, Attractiveness, Attractivity, Avulse, Bag, Bait, Bait the hook, Balance, Be magnetic, Be seized of, Bear upon, Bewitch, Blandish, Bleed, Box canyon, Box office, Breach, Break, Break even, Breathe in, Bring, Bring around, Bring forth, Bring out, Bring to life, Broach, Bulge, Cajole, Call, Canyon, Capillarity, Capillary attraction, Captivate, Capture, Cartoon, Catch, Catch a likeness, Cavity, Centripetal force, Chain-smoke, Chalk, Chap, Character, Characterize, Charcoal, Charm, Chart, Chasm, Chaw, Check, Chew, Chimney, Chink, Choose, Circumscribe, Cleft, Cleuch, Clough, Coarct, Coax, Coeval, Coexistent, Col, Collect, Color, Come by, Come close, Come in for, Come into, Come near, Come to, Come up to, Compact, Compile, Compose, Compress, Concentrate, Conclude, Concomitant, Condense, Consolidate, Constrict, Constringe, Contemporary, Continue, Contract, Contrive, Convince, Copy, Corral, Correspond, Coulee, Couloir, Crack, Cramp, Cranny, Crayon, Create, Crevasse, Crevice, Crosshatch, Curtail, Cut, Cut out, Cwm, Dash off, Daub, Dead heat, Deadlock, Deadwood, Decant, Decoy, Decrease, Deduce, Defile, Delineate, Dell, Depart, Depend on, Depict, Deploy, Deracinate, Derive, Derive from, Describe, Design, Devise, Diagram, Dig out, Dig up, Dike, Disentangle, Ditch, Ditto, Donga, Doodle, Dope, Draft, Draft off, Drag, Drag down, Drag out, Draggle, Drain, Drain off, Drain out, Draw back, Draw from, Draw in, Draw nigh, Draw off, Draw on, Draw out, Draw together, Draw towards, Draw up, Drawing power, Dredge, Dredge up, Earn, Edge, Educe, Elicit, Elongate, Employ, Empty, Enchant, Ensnare, Enter into possession, Entice, Enticement, Equal, Eradicate, Even, Even break, Even off, Evoke, Evolve, Evulse, Excavate, Excavation, Excise, Exert influence, Exhaust, Exploit, Express, Exsect, Extend, Extract, Extricate, Fair shake, Fall back on, Fascinate, Fault, Fetch, Fissure, Flaw, Flirt, Flirt with, Flume, Formulate, Fracture, Frame, Frequence, Frequenting, Furrow, Gain, Gap, Gape, Gash, Gather, Get, Get cozy with, Get out, Give the come-on, Give words to, Go away, Gorge, Gouge out, Gravitation, Gravity, Groove, Grub up, Gulch, Gulf, Gully, Hale, Halt, Handicap, Harvest, Hatch, Haul, Have, Have an attraction, Have coming in, Head start, Heave, Hit off, Hole, Incision, Inhale, Inhale snuff, Inspire, Inveigle, Joint, Keep pace with, Kloof, Knit, Knot, Knotted score, Lead on, Leak, Leave, Lengthen, Lengthen out, Let, Let blood, Let out, Limn, Lobby, Lobby through, Lug, Lure, Magnet, Magnetism, Magnetize, Make, Make advances, Make overtures, Make up to, Make use of, Map, Marshal, Match, Match up with, Measure up to, Milk, Mine, Moat, Mutual attraction, Narrow, Near, Neck-and-neck race, Net, Notate, Notch, Nullah, Number present, Obtain, Odds, Offer bait to, Opening, Order, Outline, Paint, Paint a picture, Parallel, Pass, Passage, Paunch, Pencil, Persuade, Phlebotomize, Photo finish, Pick, Pick out, Picture, Picturize, Pipette, Pluck out, Pluck up, Portray, Position, Pour, Prepare, Print, Procure, Produce, Prolong, Prolongate, Prompt, Protract, Pucker, Pucker up, Puff, Pull, Pull down, Pull in, Pull out, Pull strings, Pull towards, Pull up, Pulling power, Pump, Pump out, Purse, Put together, Quarry, Rake out, Rank, Ravine, Reach, Reap, Receive, Recoil, Reduce, Register, Rely on, Remove, Render, Rent, Represent, Resort to, Retreat, Rift, Rime, Rip out, Rival, Root out, Root up, Rope in, Rub, Run abreast, Run to, Rupture, Sack, Schematize, Scissure, Score, Scratch, Scumble, Seam, Secure, Seduce, Seduction, Select, Set forth, Shade, Shorten, Shrink from, Siphon, Siphon off, Sketch, Slit, Slot, Smoke, Snake, Solidify, Spin out, Split, Stack up with, Stalemate, Standoff, Standstill, Start, Stencil, Stop, Strain, Strangle, Strangulate, Stretch, Stretch out, String out, Suck, Suck in, Suck out, Symbolize, Sympathy, Take, Take a rubbing, Take in, Take in tow, Take on, Take out, Take over, Take snuff, Tap, Tauten, Tear out, Tense, The same, Tie, Tighten, Tint, Touch, Tow, Trace, Trace out, Trace over, Traction, Trail, Train, Trawl, Trench, Troll, Tug, Turnout, Unearth, Unravel, Unsheathe, Uproot, Use, Valley, Vantage, Venesect, Void, Wadi, Weed out, Wile, Win, Win over, Wire-pull, Withdraw, Woo, Work on, Wrest out, Wrinkle, Write, Tie, Dead heat, Stalemate, Pull out, Take out, Bring out, Draw out, Produce, Fish out, Extract, Withdraw, Attraction, Lure, Allure, Pull, Appeal, Glamour, Allurement, Enticement, Temptation, Bewitchment, Enchantment, Charm, Seduction, Persuasion, Fascination, Magnetism

How to use Draw in a sentence?

  1. Superb cigars offering tons of peppery smoke on each draw.
  2. A cart drawn by two horses.
  3. The museum has turned out to be a big draw for schoolchildren in the city.
  4. Brazil had drawn a stormy match 1–1.
  5. The draw has been made for this years tournament.
  6. Most high handicappers would benefit from a controlled draw.
  7. He drew a map.
  8. He went for the quick draw and leveled a long-barreled pistol at all of us.
  9. He scored twice to force a 4–4 draw.
  10. He drew his gun and peered into the gloomy apartment.
  11. He had to learn to draw the ball—not least for the tee shots at Augusta.
  12. Boats that draw only a few inches of water.
  13. He drew criticism for his lavish spending.

Meaning of Draw & Draw Definition