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    I need a future tense verb that means to pull by rope or chain

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    Re: Verbs


    Try "haul" (which doesn't have to be by rope or chain, but can be), or
    "tow" (which is when one vehicle is attached to another by rope or chain, and then pulled to another location.)

    I hope this helps.


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