Definition of Pull in one's horns

1. Verb. Make a retreat from an earlier commitment or activity. "The aggressive investment company pulled in its horns"




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Lexicographical Neighbors of Pull In One's Horns

pull ahead
pull along
pull an all-nighter
pull an oar
pull apart
pull at
pull away
pull back
pull chain
pull down
pull factor
pull factors
pull from the fire
pull in
pull in one's horns
pull my finger
pull off
pull on
pull one's finger out
pull one's head in
pull one's own weight
pull one's punches
pull one's socks up
pull one's weight
pull oneself together
pull oneself up by one's bootstraps
pull out all the stops

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