indrawn, in′drawn, adj. drawn in: manifesting mental abstraction.
He paused midway in his phrase with indrawn breath, waiting for her reply.
But Bianca's lips, parted, indrawn, seemed saying: 'You ask too much!
"It is so strange," said Hanny, with a long, indrawn breath.
He checked on a long, shuddering, indrawn breath that was horrible to hear.
A little, indrawn sigh of ecstasy from Patsy caused the tinker to turn about.
Every now and then the sound of an indrawn breath would escape Poe, as if hot tears were choking him.
During the voyage home, Dawn was too indrawn to converse much with her father.
A sneer gathered on her lips and indrawn nostrils as he made his appeal for the people's confidence.
"Oh-h," she whispered, but so low that he heard only a long, indrawn breath.