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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Music, says Labat, is "remembrance of an earthly paradise" (XXX) in its Edenic nature, "but its real purpose is to draw us toward a heavenly paradise that can be entered solely at the cost of boundless detachment" (XXX).
The force of the earth's rotation is enough to draw us toward this destiny.
We seek an earthly place to act as a conduit, hoping it will both draw us toward itself and shield us from some of the compromises of the rest of the world," he wrote in the Toronto Star in September.
Innerst seeks to draw us toward a door of hope that we too might be able to walk through to holiness and sainthood as we reflect on certain virtues in these minor heroes.
Most SF has failed to explore this ambivalence: while often acknowledging our hopes and fears about technology, SF usually fails to recognize the unconscious desires which draw us toward their destructive potential.
To ultimately draw us towards a positive and connect us with a higher note.
The volume of potential customers coming to this market is one of the major factors that draw us towards increasing our presence in the UAE, especially with the apparent resilience of the country's retail sector buffering the market from the impact of the economic slowdown," said Danny Cheung, Director, Canton Footwear Association (CFA).