Examples of withdrawn in a Sentence
He became more withdrawn after his brother's death.
She was withdrawn as a child but is now more outgoing.
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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forward in the past when his leading man is injured, choosing to play with no recognised striker and a handful of more withdrawn forwards all darting into attack together.
Parental depression is linked to more intrusive or withdrawn parenting interactions with children and maternal depression has been linked with paternal stress, depression, and poorer interactions between fathers and children.
In a more withdrawn role, De Bruyne has controlled the tempo of the game from a deeper position and has used his brilliant repertoire to keep City moving forward.
The front-runner then did damage from a more withdrawn position, as his vision and subtle switches in the point of attack freed Adams for the cross to Kljestan and then Royer for the 70th-minute play that resulted in New York’s third goal.
At this point in his tenure, former President Barack Obama had seen eleven withdrawn nominations, too.
The withdrawn charges are not the same as an acquittal.
Word of the withdrawn sale came as President Donald Trump and Secretary of State Rex Tillerson were in New York for the annual U.N. General Assembly gathering.
But, while some Guanyins from this period can appear somewhat withdrawn or otherworldly, this one is anything but.
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