Introverted; withdrawn: "Her psychiatrist had pronounced her too tense and indrawn to endure a strange teacher” ( Louis Auchincloss). (adjective)
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Use "indrawn" in a sentence
"The eyes, slow of movement and heavy-lidded, were almost expressionless under the shaggy, indrawn brows."
"It was those weeping indrawn breaths that got you, ripping away your composure the way a crying baby summons panic, some involuntary response to the sound of another human body in anguish."
"Such innocence between anticipation and disappointment, a pale expanse of yielding flesh, an indrawn breath, the impossibility of discerning what to hope for."