drawer

[ drawr for 1, 2; draw-er for 3–6 ]SEE DEFINITION OF drawer
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A goodly pile of letters met her eyes as she opened the drawer.

"Altogether, monsieur," said the concierge, fingering the key of the drawer that held it.

He was silent for a moment, and then, opening a drawer, he took out a letter.

He had taken these lists from the drawer of the prisoner's desk.

He went to a drawer, unlocked it, and took out a long blue envelope.

He was putting the bottle back in the drawer when a knock sounded on the door.

He opened a drawer of the dressing table and pulled out a bottle of Scotch.

Being but a hewer of wood and drawer of water, she is rheumatic.

He opened a drawer and took out the few sheets of the novel that were written.

She labelled the Marchesino "Philistine," and popped him into his drawer.

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