Drive close towards something, especially a curb.(verb)
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Use "pull up" in a sentence
"Jessica peeped out from behind a bush to watch the coaches, carriages, and phaetons pull up and the splendidly dressed people step out: women in long gowns with large bustles and matching parasols, and men in dove-gray jackets and hats."
"“Well, pull up some floor,” she said as she went back down to get her PADD."
"“Bravo Patrol, pull up to the fence and shine your headlights on it.”"