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pule to cry with a weak or whiny voice; whimper.
puli1 a medium-sized sheep dog, bred originally in Hungary, having long hair that mats in shaggy coils.
puli2 a plural of pul.
Pulitzer Prize any of several annual prizes established by journalist Joseph Pulitzer and awarded for outstanding achievement to U.S. journalists, authors, playwrights, and composers.
pull to bring or try to bring closer by taking hold of and exerting force. [16 definitions]
pullback the act of withdrawing or pulling back, esp. the prearranged, orderly withdrawal of military forces. [2 definitions]
pullet a young hen, esp. a common domestic hen in its first year of laying eggs.
pulley a wheel or set of wheels with grooved edges over which a rope or chain can be drawn in order to change the direction of a pulling force and increase the capacity for lifting weight.
Pullman trademark for a railroad sleeping car having berths, or a parlor car. [2 definitions]
Pullman kitchen a small usu. recessed kitchen area that contains the basic appliances.
pull oneself up by one's own bootstraps to succeed by one's own efforts.
pull one's punches to choose to attack with less force or effect than is possible.
pull one's weight to do one's share of work.
pullout the act or process of withdrawing or pulling out, esp. the orderly, planned withdrawal of military troops. [3 definitions]
pull out to stop participation in a situation or obligation.
pullover a piece of clothing, esp. a sweater, that must be put on by drawing it over the head. [2 definitions]
pull over to drive to the side of the road and stop.
pull strings to use one's influence to achieve something desired.
pull the wool over someone's eyes (informal) to deceive or hoodwink someone.
pull through to survive a particular crisis or difficulty.
pullulate to begin to grow or sprout out; germinate; bud. [3 definitions]