pulled (part of speech: verb)
- Incredulously he came back through his daughter's room and, crossing over to the hall door, yanked it open abruptly on the intruder. - "Little Eve Edgarton", Eleanor Hallowell Abbott.
- " You wouldn't fight that hard if you thought you was being yanked up for a little bootlegging, Jim," mused Tom Redmond, pulling his long mustache. - "Mystery Ranch", Arthur Chapman.
- And all you've got to decide is this- whether you're to get in now, and help make it a little easier, help make it come without violence- or wait till it all comes to a crash and then be yanked in like a sack of meal! - "The Harbor", Ernest Poole.