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Difference between Draw someone in and Pull someone in

draw someone in

1. (of an actor, performance, etc.) attract the public:

  • This play always drew in large crowds.

2. persuade a person to participate; involve smb.:

  • It’s your private quarrel, don’t try to draw me in.

pull someone in

1. = draw someone in 1:

  • Its unusual menu, prompt service and excellent location is pulling the crowds

2. = draw someone in 2:

  • Against my better judgment, I got pulled in to help with the school concert again.

3. (of an offender or a suspect) arrest; detain:

  • When I put a person under house arrest and she breaks it, I pull her in.