A piece of furniture consisting of a set of drawers that fit within a frame.(noun)
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Use "chest of drawers" in a sentence
"The shabby chest of drawers was spread with a lace cover, and set out with a few gold-topped boxes and bottles, a rose coloured pin cushion, a glass tray strewn with tortoise-shell hair-pins—he shrank from the poignant intimacy of these trifles, and from the blank surface of the toilet-mirror above them."
"A chest of drawers stood before him—large, heavy, and dark, like all the furniture in this house, a legacy of the generations of Maguires who had been born and died here."
"“Do you want me to help you take them off?” she offered, as she placed the ashtray on the bed next to him and half-turned from the bed in the direction of the chest of drawers and the clothes closet."