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recluse, reclusive, withdrawnadjective
withdrawn from society; seeking solitude
"lived an unsocial reclusive life"
tending to reserve or introspection
"a quiet indrawn man"
The numerical value of withdrawn in Chaldean Numerology is: 7
The numerical value of withdrawn in Pythagorean Numerology is: 3
Examples of withdrawn in a Sentence
I don't believe Vladimir Putin would have a couple of hundred thousand troops on the border with Ukraine had we not precipitously withdrawn from Afghanistan last August, the impression we have left, first with the abandonment of Afghanistan, is that America is not interested in playing as large a leadership role as we used to.
Unfortunately, rare cases like this tend to draw a negative light to all charities and make people a bit more withdrawn to donate. But fortunately there are a lot of watchdog groups out there.
French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius:
Its worrying, military operations must stop and arms be withdrawn... Secondly, we need to right conditions for elections in the Donbass (eastern Ukraine).
Poverty, we may say, surrounds a man with ready-made barriers, which if they do mournfully gall and hamper, do at least prescribe for him, and force on him, a sort of course and goal; a safe and beaten, though a circuitous, course. A great part of his guidance is secure against fatal error, is withdrawn from his control. The rich, again, has his whole life to guide, without goal or barrier, save of his own choosing, and, tempted, is too likely to guide it ill.
In our story it is the EU that gives Russia the green light to invade Norway and the U.S. has withdrawn from NATO. It's fiction, it is not done with intention. This is a project that has been going on for a long time.
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- fisisäänpäinkääntynyt, sulkeutunutFinnish
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