Withdrawn - definition, pronunciation, transcription

Amer.  |wɪðˈdrɔːn|  American pronunciation of the word withdrawn
Brit.  |wɪðˈdrɔːn|  British pronunciation of the word withdrawn
- this word is a past participle form of the irregular verbto withdraw

adjective

- withdrawn from society; seeking solitude (syn: recluse, reclusive)
- tending to reserve or introspection (syn: indrawn)

Examples

He became more withdrawn after his brother's death.

She was withdrawn as a child but is now more outgoing.

After his wife's death he became more and more withdrawn.

They have withdrawn the charges.

He became morose and withdrawn and would not talk to anyone.

Several shareholders have withdrawn earlier acceptances of the offer.

The negotiators came to an agreement that all troops would be withdrawn.

Our troops have withdrawn from the border area.

I have withdrawn from all attendance at public banquets.

The new camcorders were withdrawn after consumers failed to bite.

One of the minority parties had withdrawn its support for Chancellor Kohl.

The drug has been withdrawn from the market for further tests.

Ralph has withdrawn from the other kids.

the program was withdrawn because of the squeamishness of some viewers

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