Examples of withdrawn in a Sentence
He became more withdrawn after his brother's death.
She was withdrawn as a child but is now more outgoing.
Recent Examples of withdrawn from the Web
Those in the latter group often become withdrawn and avoid avoid eye contact.
Each year around December 1, Kate noticed Hollan become withdrawn and quiet.
Coach Osorio likes to use a formation with a withdrawn striker, a position where Giovani Dos Santos, Marco Fabian and Rodolfo Pizarro are contesting the starting position.
The total value of the withdrawn scholarships was $1.7 million a year.
Both the Summer ballerinas, the splendid but usually cool Teresa Reichlen and the lovely but withdrawn Ashley Laracey, are cast against type.
There’s also a little song and dance, as fantasy-like musical sequences are interspersed throughout the film, allowing us a glimpse inside the mind and heart of the quiet, withdrawn protagonist.
Police haven't released any information about a motive in the killings, but Echegoyen said Cañas appeared more withdrawn than usual in recent weeks.
The Italian has chosen to snub the £33m forward in the past when his leading man is injured, choosing to play with no recognised striker and a handful of more withdrawn forwards all darting into attack together.
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WITHDRAWN Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of withdrawn for English Language Learners
: very quiet and usually shy : not talking much to other people
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