[ UK /dɹˈɛsɐ/ ]
[ US /ˈdɹɛsɝ/ ]
[ US /ˈdɹɛsɝ/ ]
- low table with mirror or mirrors where one sits while dressing or applying makeup
- a wardrobe assistant for an actor
- furniture with drawers for keeping clothes
- a cabinet with shelves
a person who dresses in a particular way
he's a meticulous dresser
she's an elegant dresser
How To Use dresser In A Sentence
- The P. 's have now got the book, and like it very much; their niece Eleanor has recommended it most warmly to them -- _She_ looks like a rejected addresser. Jane Austen, Her Life and Letters A Family Record
- He's a very conservative dresser - he always looks like he's wearing his father's clothes!
- Anne took a tea-towel from the dresser drawer.
- Finally he pulled out a shirt from a drawer in his dresser.
- His father was a hairdresser and beautician, his mother an astrologer and former dancer who also acted as a promoter for women's wrestling. Times, Sunday Times
- She tells me she is just back from the hairdresser and the coiffure will revert to ragged ringlets as soon as it hits rain.
- It was of average size with an unmade bed sitting in one corner, a night table, two dressers, a bureau, a desk, a small TV, and a lot of posters on the wall.
- She has spent so much time in there, her entourage have been forced to speak to her stylist and hairdresser to find out how she is. The Sun
- Utilitarian dressers are likely to have bought their garb from British Home Stores and the Co-operative Society.
- The professor's a radical in politics but a conservative dresser.