- s tending to reserve or introspection
a quiet indrawn man
- But the turmoil of Montmartre was no lasting fun for so indrawn a man, and after nine years he retired to his home town.
- It is as if the slow exposure required by the technology of the time made the acquisitive glance of the camera's eye not a click, but a long, slow, indrawn vision of the world .
- Writing from the viewpoint of an out-of-control character, Author Davis unobtrusively maintains order in her novel, limiting her scope sharply to Camilla's indrawn and pill .