1. An open-topped box that can be slid in and out of the cabinet that contains it, used for storing clothing or other articles.
2. A barman; a man who draws the beer from the taps.
3. An artist who primarily makes drawings.
4. Agent of draw; one who draws.
5. banking One who writes a bank draft, check/cheque, or promissory note.
6. One that draws, especially one that draws an order for the payment of money.
7. A boxlike compartment in furniture that can be pulled out and pushed in.
8. One who draws liquor for guests; a waiter in a taproom.
9. (Law) One who draws a bill of exchange or order for payment; -- the correlative of drawee.
10. A sliding box or receptacle in a case, which is opened by pulling or drawing out, and closed by pushing in.
11. An under-garment worn on the lower limbs.
12. That which is drawn.
13. See under Chest.
14. One who delineates or depicts; a draughtsman.
15. One who, or that which, draws.
16. the person who writes a check or draft instructing the drawee to pay someone else
17. an artist skilled at drawing
18. a boxlike container in a piece of furniture; made so as to slide in and out
19. A box-shaped receptacle, as for papers, clothes, etc., fitted into a piece of furniture, as a bureau, a table, a cabinet, etc., in such a manner that access to it is had by drawing or sliding it out horizontally in its guides or frame.
20. One who draws, as one who takes water from a well, or liquor from a cask; hence, formerly, a waiter.
21. One who draws a bill of exchange or an order for the payment of money.
22. plural An undergarment worn on the legs and lower part of the body by both sexes.
23. One who draws warp-threads through heddles. preparatory to putting them into the loom.
24. One who or that which attracts.
1. So what does it mean for your underwear drawer?
2. As usual, top drawer ingredients from this brand with the comforting scent of rose.
3. But don't leave their favourite childhood teddy glowering out from atop the chest of drawers.
4. Unsurprisingly, the shop grasped her point quickly and pulled out a drawer of suitably empowering finger candy.
5. I found them underneath his underwear drawer.
6. As temperatures drop, people are opening drawers and cupboards to find that their best woollen jumpers are full of holes.
7. But City are just top drawer.
8. I've considered buying some climbing rope and keeping it in my desk drawer.
9. I'd sit on the floor, pull the drawer open slowly.
10. Just take a sneak peak in her underwear drawer at something you know she wears often.
11. Most of us have got or written drawers full of them.
12. It has three cupboards and four drawers.
13. Will almost certainly end up in the bottom drawer within a week.
14. We had a laugh about it and the man is top drawer.
15. See if your dad has one in his sock drawer.
16. This spring a splash of colour will add oomph to your knicker drawer.
17. Instead she witnessed a chest of drawers sliding across the room.
18. One pair built its nest in an open drawer in a table in an attic.
19. You could make a lucky find in a drawer you rarely open.
20. But there was a drawer full of the proper sensible stuff.
21. Forget about finding the perfect drawers or cupboards.
22. These are all displayed in giant bottom drawers.
23. The result is that some of the people he mixes with are not exactly top drawer.
24. He kept it in a sock drawer.
25. The thing buried in the knicker drawer could end up on the coffee table.
26. But he managed to climb on to a chest of drawers pushed under a window.
27. All my bits and pieces in my desk drawers were thrown out.
28. She ran downstairs as the raiders flung open drawers and sent furniture flying.
29. There were so many things stuffed in drawers and boxes that we didn't know about.
30. I reached into the open cutlery drawer and pulled out the carving knife.
31. The changing table had drawers.
32. ‘For work, one of the chest's ten drawers served as a desk.’
33. ‘On the first floor, a galleried landing leads through to a bathroom and four bedrooms, the smallest of which is currently used as a study and has a fitted desk, drawers and storage.’
34. ‘She quietly slid her desk drawer back in after she pulled out the lone picture which had occupied that space for several months.’
35. ‘Behind two panels is a home entertainment center with storage compartments and drawers above and below.’
36. ‘The animated effect looks a little like a drawer sliding into a chest.’
37. ‘Taking in his bookcases and desk drawers, I realized that there could be a treasure trove of escape items.’
38. ‘Jim made another sweep of the room, opening the drawers on the writing desk.’
39. ‘Keep a jar of almonds in a desk drawer and have two dozen nuts and a small piece of fruit instead of a candy bar when an afternoon slump hits.’
40. ‘The one-off piece of furniture has central drawers that swing round on ball bearings to reveal secret compartments, and features intricate markings.’
41. ‘Full of excitement at his own daring, he searched the desk drawers for an envelope and placed the letter inside.’
42. ‘I unlocked your desk drawer and found your pack of evidence.’
43. ‘He sighed and produced an envelope from a drawer in his desk.’
44. ‘She took a bag from inside a drawer in the desk next to the bookshelves.’
45. ‘He clutched the knotted mass that was his stomach and reached inside his desk drawer for a bottle of the pink stuff.’
46. ‘From one of the drawers in her desk she pulled out a yellowing piece of paper.’
47. ‘When the candy was in their desk drawer, they ate only six pieces; when it was out of sight six feet from the desk, they averaged just four.’
48. ‘He reached into a drawer in his desk and pulled out a green piece of cloth.’
49. ‘With a malevolence smile, she opened her desk drawer and pulled out a piece of parchment and a feather.’
50. ‘My producer reached into his desk drawer and pulled out a few pieces of paper held together with a paper clip.’
51. ‘Together the pair will sift through drawers, cupboards and storage places in a bid to turn your old junk, clutter and rubbish in hard cash for something special.’
52. ‘The undergarments included stockings, petticoats, drawers, and a corset.’
53. ‘The heavy petticoats, stockings and thin chemise and drawers were bad enough.’
54. ‘I glanced down, noted I was dressed in cotton breeches and a silk shirt along with my corset and drawers, and sprung out from between the silk sheets.’
55. ‘If you are unfamiliar with the term, it does not refer to the first pair of drawers out of the underwear factory.’
56. ‘The fact that these three are expert drawers and painters doesn't hurt either.’
57. ‘You've spoken about being a drawer, painter, writer too, as well as composer.’
58. ‘Jordy had always been a good drawer, he could draw trees amazingly.’
59. ‘The drawer's signature will be executed just above it.’
60. ‘A special type of case arises where the drawer of the cheque and the payee maintain their accounts with the same bank.’
61. ‘She said she could not remember the identity of the drawer of the cheque, nor whether it was payable to cash.’
62. ‘Neither the drawer of the cheque nor the original payee consented to the alteration of the payee.’
63. ‘Even if banks have permitted drawings against the cheque, they will not be able to sue the drawer on a dishonoured cheque in the event of being unable to recover from their own customer.’
64. ‘The bank may either enforce such rights against the drawer of the cheque or other parties liable on it or against its own customer.’
65. ‘Secondly, the effect of a decision to meet the cheque will be to cause the other account holder to stand as surety for a debt created by the drawer of the cheque.’
66. ‘When payments were made by cheque, the thing in action represented by the cheque belonged to the payee not the drawer.’
67. ‘The bank was held liable to the drawer of the cheque, who sued as the true owner.’
68. he keeps all his shirts in one drawer
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