Meaning of “drawn” in the English Dictionary

"drawn" in British English

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drawnverb

uk /drɔːn/ us /drɑːn/

past participle of draw

drawnadjective

uk /drɔːn/ us /drɑːn/

(usually of the face) very tired and showing suffering:

She looked pale and drawn after her ordeal.

(Definition of “drawn” from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"drawn" in American English

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drawn

us /drɔn/

drawn (DRAW)

past participle of draw

drawnadjective

us /drɔn/

drawn adjective (TIRED)

(usually of the face) appearing tired and anxious or worried:

He’s not as sick as he was, but he still looks thin and drawn.

(Definition of “drawn” from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)