verb (intr, adverb)
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Words nearby haul off
Idioms and Phrases with haul off
Draw back slightly, in preparation for some action. For example, He hauled off and smacked his brother in the face. [c. 1800]
Also, haul out. Shift operations to a new place, move away. For example, The group gradually hauled off to the West Coast, or The train hauled out just as I arrived. [Second half of 1800s]