abstracted

[ ab-strak-tid ]SEE DEFINITION OF abstracted

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He is silent and abstracted, like one just returned from the cave of Trophonius.

Ossipon sat rigid, with the abstracted gaze of mental travail.

Mary looked up at him with that abstracted gaze with which we weigh and judge.

Had it been abstracted while the letter was still in his office?

I understood, abstracted four of the five kittens, and disappeared.

"I've noticed she has seemed depressed, or abstracted," he replied.

It must be restored to the experience from which it has been abstracted.

The captain's dispatches are examined and the only document of real value is abstracted.

Exercise them now, and conjecture me who could have abstracted the body from the church.

Not half an hour after the keys had been abstracted, he raised the alarm.

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