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drawn

Definition of drawn

  1. past participle of draw




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drawn

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adjective \ˈdrȯn, ˈdrän\

Simple Definition of drawn

  • : looking very thin and tired especially from worry, pain, or illness

Source: Merriam-Webster's Learner's Dictionary

Full Definition of drawn

  1. :  showing the effects of tension, pain, or illness :  haggard <a face drawn with pain>

Examples of drawn in a sentence

  1. His illness left him looking very pale and drawn.

  2. She had a drawn face.



1613

First Known Use of drawn

1613

Rhymes with drawn



DRAWN Defined for Kids

drawn

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adjective \ˈdrȯn\

Definition of drawn for Students

  1. :  looking very thin and tired especially from worry, pain, or illness




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