have pull with

Have a means of gaining advantage with, have influence on, as in She had pull with several of the board members. [Colloquial; late 1800s]


Nearby words

  1. have one's wits about one,
  2. have one's work cut out for one,
  3. have oneself,
  4. have out,
  5. have pity on,
  6. have rocks in one's head,
  7. have someone by the balls,
  8. have someone's ear,
  9. have someone's hide,
  10. have someone's number

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