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with·drawn

 (wĭth-drôn′, wĭth-)
v.
Past participle of withdraw.
adj.
Emotionally unresponsive or socially detached; introverted or aloof.

with·drawn′ness n.

withdrawn

(wɪðˈdrɔːn)
vb
the past participle of withdraw
adj
1. (Psychology) unusually reserved, introverted, or shy
2. secluded or remote
withˈdrawnness n

with•drawn

(wɪðˈdrɔn, wɪθ-)

v.
1. pp. of withdraw.
adj.
2. removed from circulation, contact, competition, etc.
3. shy and introverted; retiring; remote.
with•drawn′ness, n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.withdrawn - withdrawn from society; seeking solitude; "lived an unsocial reclusive life"
unsocial - not seeking or given to association; being or living without companions; "the unsocial disposition to neglect one's neighbors"
2.withdrawn - tending to reserve or introspection; "a quiet indrawn man"
reserved - marked by self-restraint and reticence; "was habitually reserved in speech, withholding her opinion"-Victoria Sackville-West

withdrawn

withdrawn

adjective
Translations
غَيْر وُدّي، لا يَتَجاوَب
indadvendtindelukket
hlédrægur, feiminn
içine kapanık/kapalı

withdrawn

[wɪθˈdrɔːn]
A. PP of withdraw
B. ADJ (= introverted) → reservado, introvertido; (= detached, absent) → retraído, encerrado en sí mismo

withdrawn

[wɪðˈdrɔːn]
pp of withdraw
adj [person] → renfermé(e)

withdrawn

ptp of withdraw
adj personverschlossen; manner alsoreserviert, zurückhaltend; lifezurückgezogen

withdrawn

[wɪθˈdrɔːn]
1. pp of withdraw
2. adjchiuso/a in se stesso/a

withdraw

(wiðˈdroː) past tense withˈdrew (-ˈdruː) : past participle withˈdrawn verb
1. to (cause to) move back or away. The army withdrew from its position; He withdrew his troops; They withdrew from the competition.
2. to take back (something one has said). She withdrew her remarks, and apologized; He later withdrew the charges he'd made against her.
3. to remove (money from a bank account etc). I withdrew all my savings and went abroad.
withˈdrawal noun
withˈdrawn adjective
(of a person) not responsive or friendly.

withdrawn

adj retraído
References in classic literature ?
cried the boy, hurrying from the next room whither he had withdrawn, feeling that their first sorrow was too sacred for even his friendly eyes to see.
Seeing that the hand was not withdrawn, she clasped it firmly and warmly.
But, without any apparent reason, it was withdrawn, and its owner indulged in another long, though still silent, fit of merriment.
There it rose, a little withdrawn from the line of the street, but in pride, not modesty.
She fled for refuge, as it were, to the public exposure, and dreaded the moment when its protection should be withdrawn from her.
Hereby the casks are sought to be kept damply tight; while by the changed character of the withdrawn water, the mariners readily detect any serious leakage in the precious cargo.
At table, or sitting at her state-room door, still she would encounter the young man's eyes fixed on her, and politely withdrawn, when she showed, by her countenance, that she was sensible to the observation.
Cobb, tacitly and quietly, but none the less surely, though the reproof was dealt with one glance, quickly sent and as quickly withdrawn.
Jennings, sagaciously smiling, as soon as the gentleman had withdrawn, "I do not ask you what the Colonel has been saying to you; for though, upon my honour, I TRIED to keep out of hearing, I could not help catching enough to understand his business.
It did not seem as if a prop were withdrawn, but rather as if a motive were gone: it was not the power to be tranquil which had failed me, but the reason for tranquillity was no more.
No restless footsteps pattered on the stairs; no nimble tongue was heard chattering here, there, and everywhere, from the garret to the kitchen -the house seemed hardly like itself, with the one ever-disturbing element in the family serenity suddenly withdrawn from it.
Having released his noble bosom of its burden, he would have modestly withdrawn himself, but that the wigged gentleman with the papers before him, sitting not far from Mr.