II. mostly in Med., draw on along with one, esp. to ruin, “τοὺς φίλους” Pl.R.451a, cf. D.19.224, IPE12.352.23 (Chersonesus, ii B.C.); of things, involve, bring on, “κακά” Phld.Ir.p.23W., cf. p.77W.; also without any bad sense, Pl. Ti.44a, X.Cyr.2.2.24: literally, of the magnet, “ς. τὸν σίδηρον” Epicur. Fr.293; of ligaments, “ἑαυτοῖς ς. τοὺς σπονδύλους” Gal.18(1).506.
2. draw on along with one, i.e. to one's own views, “τινὰ πρὸς τὸ συμφῆσαι” Pl.Sph.236d; “πρὸς τὴν αὑτῶν γνώμην” Plb.30.6.7:—Pass., Epicur. Nat.121G.