dresser[ dres-er ]SEE DEFINITION OF dresser
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DRESSER
Give me the Holy Water, Nora, there's a small sup still on the dresser.
When she was not at home, it sat on K.'s dresser, propped against his collar-box.
The girl shortened the stems of the roses and put them in a vase on Katy's dresser.
Then she cut a hunch off a great loaf, and put it beside the bowl on the dresser.
When the water drains off, turn them out on a dresser covered with a cloth, and put over another cloth to dry them perfectly.
The letter grinned at her from the dresser, on which she had left it.
It contained a small bed, a chiffonier and dresser, a table, some chairs and a trunk.
Betty wants a dresser, and I've got the shop for ye, my dear.
Where his stolid four poster and dresser had been there was greyish nothingness.
The dresser—is there anything prettier than a well-kept dresser?