Definition: introverted; retiring; remote
Definition: introverted; retiring; remote
Sentences Containing 'withdrawn'
I discovered that my house actually had its site in such a withdrawn, but forever new and unprofaned, part of the universe.
That deposit may be at any moment withdrawn, and if I had employed it for another purpose, I should bring on me a disgraceful bankruptcy.
Part of what had before been employed in other trades, is necessarily withdrawn from them, and turned into some of the new and more profitable ones.
Something, however, is generally withdrawn from this channel in the case of foreign war.
Whatever part of his capital he might have placed in his shop, he must have withdrawn it from his manufacture.
Shortly afterwards at the same window a small cross made of reeds was put out and immediately withdrawn.
They were about to draw out the rapier, but the priest who was standing by objected to its being withdrawn before he had confessed him, as the instant of its withdrawal would be that of this death.
'You have withdrawn yourself in your sullenness to your own room.
What might appear when that hazy curtain was altogether withdrawn?
I would have withdrawn, but the Doctor made a gesture to detain me, and I remained.
Withdrawal. The locomotives were all withdrawn by 1903.
It took heavy losses, and was withdrawn to the Netherlands to rebuild.
The locomotive was withdrawn from service in August 1962.
The service never gained essential popularity and ultimately was withdrawn in 2004.
The other charges were withdrawn by the prosecution.
On 28 September 2008, MuPAD was withdrawn from the market as a software product in its own right.
Pistols and Roses was withdrawn from the Preakness Stakes after swelling was found in his left front ankle.
Cerivastatin was withdrawn by its manufacturer in 2001.
124 and 134) were both withdrawn from service on 3 May 2008.
Only no. 1 was withdrawn while in Canterbury Provincial Railways' service, in 1876.
Withdrawn in May 1960, it was made part of the National Collection.
Withdrawal. The locomotives were withdrawn by James Stirling between 1874 and 1876.
Part III did not include 20 chapters withdrawn from Vol.
Originally withdrawn on September 12, 1993.
Travelcards for only one zone are no longer sold, having been withdrawn in 2006.
Passenger services were officially withdrawn in November 1964.
The Norwegian government reprimanded Hygen, and the offer was withdrawn.
By the time they arrived at 18:00, the force had withdrawn.
The accusation is finally withdrawn and Hnízdo comes back to the class.
These forces were eventually withdrawn from uncontested Georgia.
The poor performance led to it being withdrawn from UK service.
Therefore, suspicion against him was withdrawn.
Between 1973 and 1980 the engines were gradually withdrawn from service.
In 1952 the original rolling stock was life expired and was withdrawn.
Two T1s having been withdrawn in 1937, the remainder were withdrawn between 1955 and 1961 and none has survived into preservation.
Because he was emotionally withdrawn, I was never comfortable using it.
The rebuilt R10s would start being withdrawn by March 1989.
The design was met with such public hostility that it was withdrawn.
The Shacklock name was gradually withdrawn from Fisher and Paykel products.
The system was withdrawn from the market after about a year.
The class operated until 1963 when the last example,No 30120, was withdrawn.
The engine was then withdrawn for overhaul before a return to service in January 2008.
The last to be withdrawn from stock was No.
Passenger services were withdrawn in 1963 as a result of the Beeching Axe.
This service was withdrawn on 13 January 1992.
Subsequently, the German offensive was cancelled and their forces withdrawn.
Passenger services were withdrawn on 1 January 1963 by the CIE.
The dragon idents were withdrawn in the end of 2006.
Allied troops were withdrawn to Lemnos and then to Egypt.
The Georgian troops were withdrawn from Kosovo in April 2008.
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mortician - undertaker; CF. death
solitude - state of being alone; seclusion; ADJ. solitary: existing or living alone (esp. by choice); remote or secluded; single; sole; Ex. solitary life/inn; Ex. no solitary piece of proof
blare - loud or harsh roar or screech; dazzling blaze of light
replete - fully filled; filled to the brim or to the point of being stuffed; abundantly supplied; Ex. report replete with errors
aesthetic - artistic; dealing with or capable of appreciating the beautiful (of a person or building); CF. aesthete; CF. aesthetics
surpass - exceed
annals - records arranged in yearly parts; history
imminent - impending; near at hand
amenities - convenient features that helps to make life pleasant; social courtesies