- n. A drawer filled with something, or a sufficient quantity of something to fill a drawer
- drawer + -ful (Wiktionary)
“Yet somehow I possess a drawerful of new, unopened examples of these useless items of male apparel.”
“Have you spent a small fortune on postage with only a drawerful of rejection slips to show for it?”
“Who doesn't have a drawerful of ticket stubs somewhere to remind them of games and shows long past?”
“Coincidentally, the inspiration for this recipe is distinctly Cindy-esque: how to deal with a drawerful of lettuce quickly going bad.”
“I have a drawerful of “for a lovely Grandma” and even Great-Grandma cards that he has sent me over the years.”
“Arlen and Mercer penned a drawerful of gems for a World War II cinematic revue called Star-Spangled Rhythm — the only one to achieve standard status was "That Old Black Magic" (choreographed for the film by George Balanchine; Hollywood used to be a classy place), but some more military-themed songs are priceless, including the brilliant "I'm Doing It For Defense" and the deliciously-titled "He Loved Me Till the All Clear Came.”
“I imagine Maxine has a whole drawerful of goodies to play with but still one booby hatch short of a full set....”
“It's a tough time for the Republicans to convince Americans that they're not the silver-spoon party, since their president has a biographical drawerful of monogrammed tableware.”
“Everyone has a drawerful just waiting for the creative touch.”
“In addition to the three folders Raven had already given me there were a further folder in longhand and a drawerful of papers in his peculiar shorthand evidently dealing with this History.”
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