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  • v. Past participle of updraw


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  • They sat with their backs resting comfortably against the clapboard, their arms looped around their updrawn knees.


  • She returned to the bed to sit at his feet, leaning comfortably against his updrawn knees.

    Sudden Rain

  • He stood on the grass beside her while she turned her gaze toward the river and beyond, her arms clasped about her updrawn knees.

    No Man's Mistress

  • Her slender arms, covered by the sleeves of her faded blue cotton dress, clasp her updrawn knees.

    One Night for Love

  • Odo folded his hands atop updrawn knees in unconscious mimicry of Kira.


  • He was standing very quiet, eyes wide open, with updrawn eyebrows.

    One River

  • He dropped his head to rest wearily on his updrawn knees and tried not to think of Deep Space Nine.


  • I sat up and tucked my skirt close around me and laid my cheek on my updrawn knees so I could see his face.

    Science Fiction Hall of Fame

  • The benignity faded from the king's manner; his countenance, which "at no time would have made a man's fortune," became rancorous, caustic; the corners of his mouth appeared almost updrawn to his nostrils.

    Under the Rose

  • She hugged her arms around her updrawn knees, and resting her chin upon them eyed the sapphire bravely.

    The Coast of Chance


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