[ UK /wɪðdɹˈɔːn/ ]
[ US /wɪðˈdɹɔn, wɪθˈdɹɔn/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. tending to reserve or introspection
    a quiet indrawn man
  2. withdrawn from society; seeking solitude
    lived an unsocial reclusive life
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How To Use withdrawn In A Sentence

  • The money is commonly laundered via cash deposits to friends or family members' bank accounts and is quickly withdrawn to be paid to the gang leaders. Times, Sunday Times
  • Aliquots were withdrawn at the indicated times, the viable titer was determined, and the percentage of survivors was calculated.
  • Unless you return the form within seven days, the offer will be withdrawn.
  • But shortly afterwards they wrote to him informing him that the job offer had been withdrawn.
  • More than 200 weedkillers, mainly lawn treatments, are being withdrawn from the market after manufacturers chose not to submit them for EU safety tests.
  • The closely held retailer said it would sue its partner to recoup more than $ 50 million it claims was unfairly withdrawn.
  • Price pulled up during a routine drill and was withdrawn from the squad by medical staff. Times, Sunday Times
  • Lena found her there a minute later, slumped down in the piles of paper, listlessly pawing through them, disconnected and withdrawn, a mental patient in a dayroom. NEVER WAVE GOODBYE
  • A spokesman for the Conservative party said that since she had had the whip withdrawn from her she could no longer have any of the normal backing given to Conservative MPs.
  • I bounce a few more cheery sentences off her, but she has withdrawn into her shell.
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