(UK dialectal, Northern England, Scotland) A newsmonger's house; a place or person resorted to by idlers; a hangout.
Origin of to-draw
Partly from Middle English todrawen (“to draw toward, allure”), equivalent to to + draw, and partly from Middle English todrawen (“to draw away, distract, tear apart”), equivalent to to- + draw. More at todraw.
To-draw Sentence Examples
Lisa did the best she could to draw a map on the small piece of paper.
At times he seemed on the verge of revealing it to Adrienne, only to draw back into himself and avoid her for days.
Other than occasional attempts to draw him out, she respected his privacy.
She struggled to move again, to draw their attention so they'd help her.
Dusty resisted the urge to draw his hand cannon from the small of his back.