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Adjective
Not wanting to communicate with other people
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“Patients described as upbeat and sociable or strong and courageous were more likely to be admitted than patients described as sad and withdrawn or anxious and discouraged.”
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Deserted or not regularly visited or used
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Separated or disconnected
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Resembling or suggestive of monks or their way of life, especially in being austere, solitary, or celibate
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Not friendly
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Sad because one has no friends or company
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Estranged
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Not excessively showy or lively
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Excessively concerned with rules and order
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No longer present
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Silent and withdrawn after being upset
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Out-of-date
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Out of action
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Past participle for to take out or remove
“The new integrated system will allow the bank's account holders to withdraw money from any of its ATMs.”
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Past participle for to move or depart to another place
“Francine and Marcel pushed back their chairs to withdraw into the living room.”
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Past participle for to retreat or flee from a (hostile) place or situation
“Others have concluded that a pestilence must have broken out, causing the army to withdraw in panic.”
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Past participle for to discontinue or no longer provide (something previously supplied or offered)
“Management had threatened to withdraw the offer if the workers did not accept it by the deadline.”
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Past participle for to take back or renege on an initial statement or stance
“We had asked the chief minister to withdraw his statement, but did not receive any positive response from his office.”
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Past participle for to pull out of, or cease to participate in, a deal, agreement or position
“The senator was forced to withdraw from the race after admitting to plagiarizing speeches from other politicians.”
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Past participle for to back out of a deal or agreement due to fear or apprehension
“After assessing the risks involved, we have decided to withdraw from the arrangement.”
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