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draw from

To use something as a reference while drawing or sketching. A noun or pronoun can be used between "draw" and "from." I can't believe you drew that whole scene from memory!
See also: draw
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He said: "It would be ideal to draw someone from Ireland or Scandinavia.
``The talk in their areaduring the build-up will be `can we get into the third round and draw someone from the Premiership please?' ``It's all about putting your name in the history books, we've got one of those situations where we can help put their name in the history books.
Children are being asked to draw someone from this century.