pull a stunt/trick on (someone)
to deceive someone
If the boy pulls a stunt like he did last weekend he will be in much trouble with his parents.
pull down (someone) or pull (someone) down
pull down (something) or pull (something) down
pull one's punches
pull oneself together
pull oneself up by one's bootstraps
pull one`s weight
pull out all the stops
pull over (someone) or pull (someone) over
pull rank on (someone)
bargain on (something)
put one`s own house in order
get out of (something)
live it up
lull (someone) into a false sense of security
quiet as a mouse
rule the roost
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