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drawn

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishdrawndrawn1 /drɔːn $ drɒːn/ verb  x-refthe past participle of draw
Related topics: Illness & disability
drawndrawn2 adjective  MITHIN PERSONsomeone who looks drawn has a thin pale face, because they are ill, tired, or worried
Examples from the Corpus
drawnThe doctor came out, looking drawn and exhausted.Her face was pale and drawn, and she seemed to have been crying.The emergency meeting had lasted all night, and the President looked drawn as he read the statement.Shapes moved against the drawn curtains of the room beyond, and a few seconds later the girl came forward into the light.Terry's face was pale and drawn when she finally arrived.When Jack arrived he sat down slowly, his face drawn, with beads of sweat on his forehead.
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