Adjective(1) tending to reserve or introspection
(1) Diedre was rather indrawn , and had a problem connecting on a personal level.(2) A dead silence falls, broken only by a sharply indrawn breath of someone who has had their worst suspicions confirmed.(3) He heard her indrawn breath, and suddenly the flashing lights in front of his eyes dimmed, and the inexorable pounding behind his left eye receded into the night.(4) A long, indrawn breath, hissingly let out in surprise.(5) I am an indrawn person, but I like making friends with people.(6) With a powerful yank and a deep indrawn hiss, another of the pieces gave way.(7) With a prayer for her father's safety and an indrawn breath, she began.(8) He stared, motionless, and then he saw it: the almost imperceptible movement of an indrawn breath.(9) I heard Karl's indrawn breath, I looked back at him; his fists were clenched and his face was red, although in pain or anger I could not tell.(10) For a moment she could hear his indrawn breath, then he reached around her and took the rains.(11) With an indrawn breath she reverently slid the priceless parchment from its resting place.(12) A little bit, like I say, generally people are becoming a little bit more indrawn , but most people are travelling very well.(13) Sterile silence, apart from a sharp indrawn breath from his own lungs every so often.(14) Jenny ran fingertips across the indrawn cheeks, so lifeless and clammy.(15) That new medication she had received for her moods helped most of the time, but sometimes, it just made her even more indrawn .(16) With a harsh indrawn breath, I jackknife to a sitting position.
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