from The Century Dictionary.
- Not drawn, Not pulled, dragged, or hauled.
- Not portrayed or delineated.
- Not drawn, as from a cask.
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- adjective Not
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adjective not represented in a drawing
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[Bless me the large looking glass, with the curtain undrawn well, it may een remain so for we cannot be gay till the truant comes back.] (Sobbing.)
The sword undrawn, the bow unloosed, the mightiest champion of them all laid low and humiliated.
For we have such a decree of the Senate, but hidden in the scroll which contains it, as a sword undrawn in its scabbard.
According to Jim McLauchlin, Simon had finished the script but hadn't started drawing it yet -- so they plan to run the script, undrawn, as a tribute to Simons.
A further €145 billion is undrawn funds available to countries like Poland that have flexible credit lines with the IMF; the fund also keeps a €45 billion reserve buffer.
Liquidity remains good as utilities' cash plus undrawn committed syndicated credit lines on average cover short-term debt 1.9 times, according to Societe Generale.
After all, credit insurance currently has no use, since right now there is no debt on the balance sheet aside from an undrawn revolving credit facility.
The Treasury Department said Thursday that Chrysler has repaid $11.2 billion — including $2 billion in undrawn loans — but it is unlikely to recover the rest.
The group said it had available liquidity of €20.7 billion including undrawn credit lines of €3.0 billion.
The group extended the average maturity of its net debt by more than two years beyond 11 years, and has €27.3 billion in liquidities: €15.9 billion in cash and €11.4 billion in undrawn credit lines.