Textual thesaurus for "draw in"

(verb) suck in

draw in as if by suction

suck in your cheeks and stomach

(verb) draw, pull, pull in, attract

direct toward itself or oneself by means of some psychological power or physical attributes

Her good looks attract the stares of many men; The ad pulled in many potential customers; This pianist pulls huge crowds; The store owner was happy that the ad drew in many new customers

(verb) retract

pull inward or towards a center

The pilot drew in the landing gear; The cat retracted his claws

(verb) get in, pull in, move in

of trains; move into (a station)

The bullet train drew into Tokyo Station

(verb) close in

advance or converge on

The police were closing in on him

(verb) curl, curl up

shape one's body into a curl

She curled farther down under the covers; She fell and drew in