[ US /ˈdɹɔɹ/ ]
- the person who writes a check or draft instructing the drawee to pay someone else
- an artist skilled at drawing
- a boxlike container in a piece of furniture; made so as to slide in and out
How To Use drawer In A Sentence
- The players were top drawer. The Sun
- Anne took a tea-towel from the dresser drawer.
- I throw a suitcase on the bed and pop it open, and begin to stuff clothes into drawers and hang them in the wardrobe.
- She could feel underclothes, linen drawers, silken chemise, a farthingale with its stiffened hoops. Ill Met By Moonlight
- I chanced on this old photograph in his drawer.
- Finally he pulled out a shirt from a drawer in his dresser.
- The thing buried in the knicker drawer could end up on the coffee table. Times, Sunday Times
- The drawer had been emptied of its contents.
- To neatly convey the choice of sizes in the case of such items as drawer pulls, the entire range might be lined up on the page in descending order.
- Like Flaubert, Daudet was a syphilitic, boasting unchivalrously that he'd caught the disease from ‘a lady from the top drawer’.