- drawn in
- introspective; reserved; withdrawn
- Drawn in or inward: an indrawn gasp.
- Introverted; withdrawn: “Her psychiatrist had pronounced her too tense and indrawn to endure a strange teacher” (Louis Auchincloss).
(comparative more indrawn, superlative most indrawn)
- Having been drawn in.
- Not wishing to disturb the animal he was trying to photograph, he held his indrawn breath until the shutter was released
- Quiet, introspective.