Pull has 2 meanings
1. What does pull mean in gaming?

Enter combat

A term that means to alert enemy mobs so that they are "pulled" out of a holding or patrolling pattern and engage in combat with you; used in dungeon and raid situations in World of Warcraft when "pulling" groups of mobs.


I'll pull the boss as soon as we finish giving buffs.

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Updated July 8, 2014
2. What does pull mean?


To pull means to attract the attention of potential romantic interests. This slang term derives from the concept of gravitational pull. Just as a large object effortlessly attracts other objects, a puller's good looks and/or personality effortlessly attract hotties.

Pulling can take a variety of forms. People may use it to refer to securing someone's digits, having a make out sesh, or having s3x. Often, players attempt to pull multiple people in the same night - a move that's usually ill-advised.


You laugh, but I always pull when I wear a bow tie.

Pullers have magnetic personalities

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Updated September 22, 2022

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