Definition of pull rank
- to use one's authority to win a disagreement.
Citation from "Civil Rights", The Practice (TV), Season 2 Episode 13 (1997) blacked out to resolve Google's penalty against this site.
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Other terms relating to 'pull':
|Definitions include: to want to attract a person for sexual purposes.|
|Definitions include: a scrap yard where you pick the best parts you can't find anywhere else off the scraps car of your choice, pull (disconnect) the used parts yourself.|
|Definitions include: To buy liquor, porn, or cigarettes for somebody under the age of 18.|
|Definitions include: to make a mistake.|
|Definitions include: to make a sexually inappropriate gesture or statement.|
|Definitions include: rappers that only have the ability to rhyme using single-syllable words.|
|Definitions include: to try to deceive or fool someone in a quick yet daring or slick manner.|
|Definitions include: see pull strings.|
|Definitions include: To leave suddenly without telling anyone or being seen.|
|Definitions include: to disappear.|
|Definitions include: being slutty and doing something with a taken man.|
|Definitions include: to do something reminiscent of a sports team from Texas A&M in College Station.|
|Definitions include: See all-nighter.|
|Definitions include: to fake something to escape a situation.|
|Definitions include: to have sex with a female; as in pulling on her ass during intercourse.|
Other terms relating to 'rank':
|Definitions include: to join together for a common cause.|
|Definitions include: awful-smelling.|
|Definitions include: low-level employees.|
|Definitions include: (adj.) 1. a form of the word 'really' 2. see: cool, sweet.|
|Definitions include: make jokes such as snaps ex yo mamma so...|
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