draw (someone or something) toward (someone or something)

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draw (someone or something) toward (someone or something)

To move someone or something physically closer to someone or something else. I grabbed Bobby's hand and drew him toward me as the car whizzed by.
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AS we draw towards the end of another year, it is worth noting that, once again, Solihull Chamber has returned a record year for membership growth with many new companies joining the organisation, which is part of the Greater Birmingham Chambers of Commerce.
A good draw towards the inside in stall four is another positive and she should make a bold bid for her promising young trainer.
A good draw towards the inside is another positive and she should make a bold bid for her promising young trainer'
As we draw towards the 70th and 75th anniversaries of the key events of the war, I believe it is crucial that as many memories are gathered as possible.
A draw towards the stands' rail looks essential, and McEvoy won't have any problem steering a path to the near side from stall 20.
The selection looks sure to find today's sharper 5f more suitable and has a good draw towards the middle in stall three.