Origin of pullout
Words nearby pullout
How to use pullout in a sentence
A lot of women feel betrayed by the troop pullout, she adds, knowing it will make them even more vulnerable.
All paved roads, pullouts, and parking areas are dog friendly, so you can explore Crater Rim Drive and most of Chain of Craters Road relatively unhindered.
Pets are welcome on park roads, in campgrounds, and at all pullouts, as well as on a handful of trails, including the Cedar Point Nature Trail, North Rim Chasm View Nature Trail, and Rim Rock Trail.
Not only that, dogs are allowed in all campgrounds and in pullouts along the famous 105-mile Skyline Drive, an ideal road trip where Fido can feel the wind on his face.
It’s a familiar refrain from the 2003-2011 incarnation of the Iraq war, when the military attached similar caveats to a pullout that Barack Obama portrayed as a definite end to the war.U.S. Military: We’ll Still Bomb Post-Pullout Afghanistan|Spencer Ackerman|April 22, 2021|The Daily Beast
On Oct. 21, 2011, Obama announced the pullout of the vast majority of American troops in Iraq by that Christmas.
He was also reluctant to reverse the full pullout of combat forces in Iraq, which fulfilled a key campaign promise.After Underestimating ISIS, Obama Scrambles for Plan to Defeat Them|Josh Rogin|August 9, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Yes, Obama presided over the withdrawal American forces from Iraq, and announced a timetable for their pullout from Afghanistan.
Halutz, it was reported, wanted to mend the rift between the army and the religious right after the Gaza pullout.
Kadima was created by Ariel Sharon in 2005 when Likud wouldn't go along with his pullout from Gaza.
British Dictionary definitions for pullout
- to draw away from the side of the road
- to draw out from behind another vehicle to overtake
Other Idioms and Phrases with pullout
Leave, depart, as in The bus pulled out at noon. [Mid-1800s]
Withdraw from an undertaking, as in After the crash many investors pulled out of the market. [Late 1800s]