pull round

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Synonyms for pull round

continue in existence after (an adversity, etc.)

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He's going to be a success at Liverpool and if we all stick together and pull round, we can do some great things at this club.
Running down towards us McCoy had to pull round Long Run and The Giant Bolster and ask for one desperate, final throw.
An ambidextrous cylinder release on the top of the frame, ergonomic one-piece rubber grip and a smooth trigger pull round out this revolver package.
It's just frustrating that I had to pull round the whole field to get a run and get beaten a nose.
When you stop in traffic always stay far enough away from the car in front that you can pull round them and drive off if you need to.
That is a very tough thing to do because my mum was saying, 'Well you he might pull round Geraldine, our Harry might pull round'.