well-drawn

drawn

[drawn]
verb
1.
past participle of draw.
adjective
2.
tense; haggard.
3.
eviscerated, as a fowl.
4.
Glassmaking.
a.
of or pertaining to the stem of a drinking glass that has been formed by stretching from a small mass of molten metal left at the base of the bowl of the vessel.
b.
of or pertaining to glass that is drawn over a series of rollers as it comes from the furnace.

well-drawn, adjective
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drawn (drɔːn)
 
adj
haggard, tired, or tense in appearance

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drawn
c.1200, pp. of draw; in the sense of "undecided" (of a battle or match), 1610, perhaps from withdrawn; in the sense of "disemboweled" it is attested from 1789.
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