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Definition of "draw away" [draw away]

  • To move away. (verb)

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Use "draw away" in a sentence
  • "Just as in the Papacy, those things which are called sacraments, are lifeless phantoms which draw away deluded souls from the true God."
  • "I also believed that if our manufacturing institutions could be so far protected as to draw away a considerable portion of those engaged in agricultural pursuits into our factories, those employed in factories would require to be supplied with bread-stuffs by the farmer, and that a domestic market would thus be created which would adequately reward the labors of those who continued in the pursuit of agriculture."
  • "Or was he, like the old States 'Rights Party, going to draw away traditional southern Democrats still loyal to the old party?"