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Someone had drawn a map of the island.
The kids drew on the sidewalk with some chalk.
As we drew nearer, I noticed that the front door was open.
Ruth held him for a long time before they drew apart.
A taxi was drawing to a halt outside the hotel.
The curtains were still drawn at noon.
I drew two cards from the pack.
A comparison was drawn with Canada, where more women were succeeding in business.
The law draws a distinction between children and adults.
The writer drew parallels between the two societies.
The new exhibit has been drawing a lot of criticism.
Her remarks drew a furious reaction from Terry.
The claims drew an immediate denial from the President's office.
Customers can draw up to $250 a day from most accounts.
I'll need to draw out more cash tomorrow.
This is the American English definition of draw. View British English definition of draw.