- Drawn in or inwards: an indrawn gasp.
- Introverted; withdrawn: "Her doctor had pronounced her also tight and indrawn to endure a strange instructor” ( Louis Auchincloss).
- Having already been drawn in.
- Quiet, introspective.
- maintaining reserve or introspection
- used; introverted; manifesting or indicative of psychological abstraction or introspection: since, an indrawn appearance.
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