Some articles on drawn:
... Through a hand of cards drawn from a shuffled deck, players cause other players to turn over pages in specially drawn flip books which slowly remove ... (Not an adult-only game thanks to drawn-in censorship bars held by the characters) ...
... All Matches Played 17, Won 5, Lost 9, Drawn 3, Tied 0 First-Class Matches Played 6, Won 0, Lost 3, Drawn 3, Tied 0 Test Matches Played 3, Won 0, Lost 1, Drawn 2, Tied 0 ...
... 1st Test (Old Trafford) – match drawn 2nd Test (Lord's) – match drawn 3rd Test (Headingley) – Pakistan won by an innings and 18 runs 4th Test (Edgbaston) – match drawn 5th Test (The Oval) – match drawn ...
... Drawn to Life is an action-adventure platform video game for the Nintendo DS developed by 5th Cell and published by THQ ... Drawn to Life requires the player to create a hero in order to free a cursed village from an encroaching darkness ... vehicles, weapons and platforms, which are drawn or colored by the player using the stylus ...
... Krul Drawn by Koi Turnbull Inked by Jason Gorder Coloured by Christina Strain "The Finer Details" (Fathom Cannon Hawke story) Written by J.T ... Krul Drawn by Marcus To Inked by Jason Gorder Coloured by David Morán "Living Off The Land" (Soulfire story) Written by J.T ... Krul Drawn by Micah Gunnell Coloured by Beth Sotelo ...
More definitions of "drawn":
- (adj): Having the curtains or draperies closed or pulled shut.
Example: "The drawn draperies kept direct sunlight from fading the rug"
- (adj): Showing the wearing effects of overwork or care or suffering.
Example: "Her face was drawn and haggard from sleeplessness"
Synonyms: careworn, haggard, raddled, worn
- (adj): Used of vehicles pulled forward (often used in combination).
Example: "Horse-drawn vehicles"
- (adj): Subjected to great tension; stretched tight.
Example: "The skin of his face looked drawn and tight"
Famous quotes containing the word drawn:
“It was a very primitive kind of harbor, where boats were drawn up amid the stumps,such a one, methought, as the Argo might have been launched in.”
—Henry David Thoreau (18171862)
“[W]e must remember that so long as war exists on earth there will be some danger that even the Nation that most ardently desires peace may be drawn into war.”
—Franklin D. Roosevelt (18821945)
“All that stock of arguments [the skeptics] produce to depreciate our faculties, and make mankind appear ignorant and low, are drawn principally from this head, to wit, that we are under an invincible blindness as to the true and real nature of things.”
—George Berkeley (16851753)