Drawers - definition, pronunciation, transcription

Amer.  |ˈdrɔːrz|  American pronunciation of the word drawers
Brit.  |drɔːz|  British pronunciation of the word drawers
- this word is used as a plural form of the noundrawer


- underpants worn by men (syn: boxers, boxershorts, shorts, underdrawers)
- (used in the plural) underpants worn by women (syn: bloomers, knickers, pants)


He stood there in only his drawers.

...consummate cabinetmakers, they produced desks and chests of drawers that are now regarded as masterpieces of American furniture...

...this 18th-century chest of drawers is considered a faultless example of early American craftsmanship...

...just stuffed his newly cleaned clothes anywise back into the drawers...

A candle was alight on the chest of drawers.

Someone's been rifling through my drawers, there's some money missing.

I've been raking through my drawers looking for those tickets.

Who rifled through my desk drawers?

We rummaged through the drawers

a chest of drawers all scratched underneath

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