Older British word (early/mid 20th Century for certain) for women's knickers. Probabaly originates from 'drawing up' the underwear (as in drawing curtains closed/open).
My mother came rushing back in "I have forgotten to put on my drawers!
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A term for one's underwear, but sometimes your pants. Usually used a African-Americans and pronounced "draws". Will Smith in the Fresh Prince had a pair of lucky draws. A common phrase is to "pull up yo draws" telling someone to pull up their underwear/pants.
"A real G throughobred from from the streetz pants saggin wit mah gun in mah drawers"- Akon
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Hey Suzie, you`re a good Drawer. I`m gonna go watch Treehouse now!
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The sliding piece(s) of a dresser that you can store your items inside. Usually stacked vertically.
I keep all my underwear in the top drawer of my dresser, and my pants in the drawer below it.
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For sale: Chest drawers for women's drawers, $10 per item.
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A place where one puts silverware. Pronounced draw-er. Just like it is spelled. Not Droor. A droor is just door with an extra R. That's just dumb
Jenny: "Hey Jake, put the silverware in the DRAW-ER"
Derek: "Do you mean Droor?"
Jenny: "No Derek, you fool, I said drawer because that's where you put silverware. A droor is just a figment of your imagination."
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