draw on

2,375 examples (0.03 sec)
  • Even as a child he drew on everything that fell into his hands.
  • Some said it was because they failed to longer draw on the stage. Cited from The Moving Picture Girls Under the Palms, by Laura Lee Hope
  • However, at least some elements of the novel draw on the real world.
  • What was it that the king had drawn on the paper? Cited from The Merchant of Berlin, by L Muhlbach
  • Everything is done to draw on the military experience of each nation.
  • For the rest, you can draw on us for any money you require. Cited from The Great Lone Land, by W. F. Butler
  • As the campaign drew on, the two primary issues became the war and crime.
  • A ring is drawn on the ground and the players take sides. Cited from Entertainments for Home, Church and School, Seeger
  • They need to draw on information from all parts of an organization's information base.
  • He would later draw on these experiences for his several books on prison life.
  • You can draw on past experiences to know what to do in the future.
  • It drew on information from seven former members, as well as a number of other sources.
  • Finally, I drew on my own experience in business and non-government research institutions.
  • Lines drawn on the surface indicated where the track might have been.
  • He reached the main draw on six occasions but failed to win a match once there.
  • How far can a man draw on his capital? Cited from Worst Journey in the World, Volumes 1 and 2, by Apsley Cherry-Garrard
  • The board is easily drawn on the ground or paper.
  • Since his early childhood he spent his free time by drawing on any material he could find.
  • This required him to draw on demand, day in and out, often for long hours.
  • He would draw on this experience as inspiration for some of his film work.
  • Next »