pull up along (something)

pull up along (something)

1. To lift, tug, or yank upward over the length of some particular line. You have to pull up along the perforated line. The material will tear more easily if you pull up along its seam.
2. To move up to and stop directly beside something, especially in a car. I immediately broke out in a cold sweat when I saw a police car pull up along the sidewalk outside our office. Why don't you pull up along the back of the
3. Of multiple vehicles, to park or stop next to and over the length of something. People kept pulling up along the length of Main Street to get a good spot for the parade. About a dozen motorcycles pulled up along the canal.
See also: pull, up