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Definition of "draw in" []

  • To attract (groups of people). (verb)
  • To get someone involved. (verb)
  • To approach. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "draw in" in a sentence
  • "I was trying to draw in some heat through a cup of coffee, a patrol officer at the door to make sure I didn't try to steal one of the canine trophies stored in the cabinet, when MacArthur joined me, accompanied by Captain Bobby Melia, one of two captains in the force who were second in command to Chief Byron Fischer."
  • "I was still one of the biggest, if notthe biggest, draw in the UFC for a nonchampion."
  • "Much like the recent spate of humorous TV ads for serious products like Washington Mutual or Budget Rent-a-Car, many personal ads use humor to draw in potential customers."