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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of undraw.

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Examples

  • Rouncewell lifts him into easier positions through the long remainder of the blank wintry night, and equally familiar with his unexpressed wish, extinguishes the light and undraws the curtains at the first late break of day.

    Bleak House

  • And is not that a Mother's gentle hand that undraws your curtains, and a Mother's sweet voice that summons you to rise?

    Alice's Adventures Under Ground Being a facsimile of the original Ms. book afterwards developed into "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland"

  • Very familiar to him, as he said himself some hours ago, George Rouncewell lifts him into easier positions through the long remainder of the blank wintry night, and equally familiar with his unexpressed wish, extinguishes the light and undraws the curtains at the first late break of day.

    Bleak House

  • Rouncewell lifts him into easier positions through the long remainder of the blank wintry night, and equally familiar with his unexpressed wish, extinguishes the light and undraws the curtains at the first late break of day.

    Bleak House

  • As soon as he knows the head to be in its place, he undraws the slide.

    The Letters of Charles Dickens Vol. 2 (of 3), 1857-1870

  • [PAULINA undraws a curtain, and discovers HERMIONE, standing as a statue.]

    The Winter's Tale

  • Against black shadows on pavement, a short diagonal shaft of hot sunlight draws and undraws itself on the right hand side of the frame, presumably as an unseen door opens and closes.

    GreenCine Daily

  • Against black shadows on pavement, a short diagonal shaft of hot sunlight draws and undraws itself on the right hand side of the frame, presumably as an unseen door opens and closes.

    GreenCine Daily

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