Definition of 'indrawn'
Example sentences containing 'indrawn'
Several times she heard him shift near her, then a quick, indrawn breath when Lloyd's name was mentioned.ROSES ARE FOR THE RICH (2001)
He'd reached thirty-five with an indrawn breath when the vehicle began to move.A WORM OF DOUBT (2001) PRETTY MAIDS ALL IN A ROW (2001)
And---" From the life-support cage came a bellow of rage, and then an eerie indrawn whistling sound, and then three harsh growls.VALENTINE PONTIFEX (2001)
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