A frame or rack for allowing washed crockery etc to dry naturally(noun)
A person who explores drains, tunnels, and/or sewers(noun)
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Use "drainer" in a sentence
"After having been thoroughly stirred for a while, the stock is run into what is called a drainer, where it is allowed to stand for several hours to drain off as much water as possible."
"~ -- Place them above a kettle of boiling water, in a kind of drainer made for that purpose, and adapted to the kettle."
"When the painfully named Retro Girl winds up dead, Homicide Detectives Christian Walker and Deena Pilgrim bring in their prime suspect and interrogate him under a “drainer” — a vent-shaped machine that emits superpower-draining light."