Idioms

Origin of haul

1550–60; earlier hall, variant of hale2
Related formsre·haul, verbun·hauled, adjective
Can be confusedhall haul

Synonym study

1. See draw.
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British Dictionary definitions for haul

haul

/ (hɔːl) /

verb


noun

Word Origin for haul

C16: from Old French haler, of Germanic origin; see hale ²
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Idioms and Phrases with haul

haul

In addition to the idioms beginning with haul

  • haul off
  • haul over the coals
  • haul up

also see:

  • long haul
  • rake (haul) over the coals

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