Crossword clues for draws
Usage examples of "draws".
A gentle breeze fills the huge sail of our dhow, and draws us through the water that ripples musically against her sides.
Unto him who draws my veil shall I be, and peace will I give him, and sweet children of knowledge and good works.
Who is there to tell me but that thou lovest some other woman, some fair woman unknown to me, but who yet draws breath beneath this same moon that shines on me tonight?
Mycroft draws four hundred and fifty pounds a year, remains a subordinate, has no ambitions of any kind, will receive neither honour nor title, but remains the most indispensable man in the country.
But when all was said, Delafield, unconsciously, was drawing her towards him, as the fowler draws a fluttering bird.
It is the body, as a rule, which flourishes exceedingly, which draws everything to itself, which usurps the predominant place and lives repulsively emancipated from the soul.
Without a word he gets up and, serviette in hand, crosses over among the tables, draws the cream-coloured curtains so that they lap well over one another, convinces himself by a glance over his shoulder that the ray from the setting sun is shut out and Frau Chauchat relieved, and with an air of perfect equanimity goes back to his place.
To me it is as clear as day that one must feel what one draws, that one must live in the reality of family life if one wishes to express intimately that family life.
Villefort, without seeking any further explanation, and attracted towards him by the irresistible magnetism which draws us towards those who have loved the people for whom we mourn, extended his hand towards the young man.
To the west lay the farthest tip of the Storm Margin, its rocky draws and moraines disguised as rolling hills by a thick layer of snow.
To speak of the Endlords draws their attention, and that I would not wish upon any here this night.
The ice underfoot had turned rocky, and they had to be careful of narrow draws and sudden drops in the tundra floor.
What I cannot forgive him is that he always draws the same heads, the same arms, and the same hands.
The skill is a useful magic, but it has the power to draw a man as honey draws a bee.
She draws us to your world, to restore the ancient balance between us.