drawer

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drawer

1. a person who draws up a commercial paper
2. Archaic a person who draws beer, etc., in a bar

drawer

[′drȯ·ər]
(engineering)
A box or receptacle that slides or rolls on tracks within a cabinet.
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At the nursing home, among a drawerful of get-well and birthday cards, Ann found one that said:
The drawerful of silver jewellery from India was dirty and worn, and exuded a distinctive earthy smell.
Parker, winner of a drawerful of major mystery awards, including an Edgar and a Los Angeles Times Book Award for SILENT JOE (2001), has captivated readers for two decades.
Though viewed with suspicion by the French, it was popular even with Proust himself, who "had a drawerful of Liberty cravats; his tailor was .
Name any European country and she's been there, eaten the food, charmed the waiters, got the drawerful of T-shirts.
This tension was apparent in Kai Althoff and Lutz Braun's memorable installation in an office, which features, among many things, a drawerful of M & M's, a video of an aesthete seeming to ape Carmelo Bene's film Hermitage (1968), and fresh shit--so that all markers of civilization are made to smell like a pigsty.