Crossword clues for indrawn
Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
The Collaborative International Dictionary
Indrawn \In"drawn`\, a. Drawn in.
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
a. 1 Having been drawn in. 2 Quiet, introspective.
adj. tending to reserve or introspection; "a quiet indrawn man" [syn: withdrawn]
made by drawing the breath in suddenly; "an indrawn gasp"; "her announcement was greeted with several indrawn breaths from around the table"
Usage examples of "indrawn".
Drumossie, and became aware a second too late of the indrawn breaths around him.
And then he no longer stood on Drumossie, and became aware a second too late of the indrawn breaths around him.
He heard an indrawn breath from Siri and was vaguely conscious of holding his own breath, but his entire attention was taken up by the baby tottering about inspecting her relatives.
Ignoring the collective indrawn breath of my chevaliers and a faint squeak of astonishment from Gemma, he tossed the scroll on the table.
A green bunting followed her with his characteristic note that sounded like an indrawn whistle, and the mimicking bush warbler repeated it again.
On their shared missions of extreme hazard, when life could be expunged within the space of the next indrawn breath, they had become closer than brothers ever could.
Think of the matter vortex, captured, indrawn, torn asunder, gyrating in a magnetic field so intense as to be well-nigh material itself, shaken by resonance, racked by chaos, flung back out in great bursts of flame and seething back down again, naked nuclei colliding and fusing and erupting in wild new particles, photons turned into pairs and pairs annihilating to photons, a lightning storm of energies, and pervasive beneath it the subtle, all-powerful tides of the vacuum, of ultimate reality.