Pull The Wool Over His Eyes :
Pull No Punches :
If you pull no punches, you hold nothing back.
Pull One’s Leg :
To ridicule a person
Pull Out All The Stops :
If you pull out all the stops, you do everything you possibly can to achieve the result you want.
Pull Out Of The Fire :
If a person pulls something out of the fire, he/she saves or reuses it.
Pull Rank :
A person of higher position or in authority pulls rank, he or she exercises his/her authority, generally ending any discussion and ignoring other people’s views.
Pull Someone’s Leg :
If you pull someone’s leg, you tease them, but not maliciously.
Pull Strings :
If you pull strings, you use contacts you have got to help you get what you want.
Pull The Fat From The Fire :
If you pull the fat from the fire, you help someone in a difficult situation.
Pull The Other One, It’s Got Brass Bells On :
This idiom is way of telling somebody that you do not believe them. The word BRASS is optional.
Pull The Trigger :
The person who pulls the trigger is the one who does the action that closes or finishes something.
Pull The Wires Or Strings :
To influence secretly
Pull The Wool Over Someone’s Eyes :
If you pull the wool over someone’s eyes, you deceive or cheat them.
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