verb (used with object), un·drew, un·drawn, un·draw·ing.
verb (used without object), un·drew, un·drawn, un·draw·ing.
Origin of undraw
Examples from the Web for undraw
Historical Examples of undraw
Susan went in, but did not undraw the curtain as she stood beside the bed.
Exhausted by the effort, he let his right arm fall for a moment, while with his left he tried to undraw the bolts behind him.Chicot the Jester
Alexandre Dumas, Pere
Undraw the curtain, that I may see you, and tell me;—I thought I heard some strange voice just now talking to my child.
Seeing the faint light of early day without, the girl rose to undraw the curtain.Oliver Twist, Vol. III (of 3)