Synonym: draftsman. Similar words: draw, draw on, draw up, draw out, draw in, drawing, draw back, withdraw. Meaning: ['drɔːə] n. 1. a boxlike container in a piece of furniture; made so as to slide in and out 2. the person who writes a check or draft instructing the drawee to pay someone else 3. an artist skilled at drawing.
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1 She slid a coin into the drawer.
2 This drawer keeps getting stuck.
3 The handle had fallen off the drawer.
4 The money is safely locked in a drawer.
5 The old letters are away in the desk drawer.
6 She pulled the drawer open.
7 He hid the letter in a drawer.
8 I chanced on this old photograph in his drawer.
9 He opened the drawer and took out a cheque.
10 I keep my socks in the bottom drawer.
11 I couldn't budge the drawer?it was stuck fast.
12 Tug the drawer and it will open.
13 Marcia hid the pictures in her desk drawer.
14 He chucked the paper in a drawer.
15 She took a file from her desk drawer .
16 Please file those letters in a drawer.
17 Are there any stamps in that drawer?
18 I couldn't resist peeking in the drawer.
19 There's nothing in the drawer - I took everything out.
20 She pulled open the second drawer down to find the money had gone.
21 He had the drawer open and was thumbing through the files.
22 It's in that drawer.
23 The ticket lay unnoticed in my desk drawer for a week.
24 He scrounged around in his desk drawer for a paper clip.
25 The top drawer is the one with the cutlery in.
26 I just opened the drawer as usual and the handle came away in my hand.
27 We shall have to double up the sheets to get them in the drawer.
28 He grabbed his jacket and scrabbled in his desk drawer for some loose change.
29 Their letters were all muddled up together in a drawer.
30 There is a sheet of stiff cardboard in the drawer.
More similar words: draw, draw on, draw up, draw out, draw in, drawing, draw back, withdraw, withdrawal, fewer, power, shower, tower, lower, raw, glower, viewer, crawl, answer for, as it were, drag, drama, draft, drain, clear away, drag on, drag in, dramatic, after a while, dramatically.