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Adjective
Appearing tired, exhausted or unwell
“Seated in the same room was the King himself, his tired and drawn face resting in his hand as he slowly massaged his own temples.”
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Feeling, or affected by, stress or anxiety
“Cleo sat perched on a stool, looking drawn and anxious.”
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(keen on) Having an attraction to
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Thin or haggard, especially from hunger or disease
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With evenly matched competitors (as per the score or result)
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Relating to visual art, especially involving drawing, engraving, or lettering
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Being balanced or on equal terms
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Full of knots, knotty
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Desirous
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Having a pale or unhealthy skin tone
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(of a person's eyes or cheeks) Deeply recessed, especially as a result of illness, hunger, or stress
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(of an object) Without the usual covering or protection
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Physically unyielding, taut or stiff
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Past participle for to produce an image of (someone or something) by making lines and marks on paper
“Thus, it is impossible to draw the above picture in one pencil stroke without retracing.”
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Past participle for to pull or drag along through the application of steady force
“Squat, bend at the knee, and draw the object close to you.”
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Past participle for to reach (a conclusion) by deduction or inference from a set of circumstances
“So Rushton's use of this data to draw the conclusions he reaches about hereditability is sound, in my opinion.”
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Past participle for to attract (someone) to come to a place or an event
“We create attractive websites that will draw visitors to your web pages.”
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Past participle for to remove from a particular place or position
“I will need to draw some money from the ATM to pay for these additional bills.”
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Past participle for to take or obtain (liquid or gas) from a source
“The top of the well was covered with a wooden slab, which left a hole to draw water from.”
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Past participle for to move somewhere in a slow and steady way
“My excitement grew as the train continued to draw closer to our destination.”
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Past participle for to receive in return for effort
“He would eventually begin to draw a generous income from his business endeavors.”
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Past participle for to remove the innards of
“If he replies to any effect, I will gibbet him in a pamphlet, and draw and quarter him.”
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Past participle for to pull (curtains) shut or open
“When it came to the end of the day, though, I was more than happy to draw the curtains and shut the day out.”
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Past participle for to take in (a breath)
“I veer into the middle lane again, car swerving wildly, and draw a second deep breath.”
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Past participle for to finish a game or contest on level terms
“The team would draw with their opponents at the siren.”
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