drawerful

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Etymology[edit]

drawer +‎ -ful

Noun[edit]

drawerful (plural drawerfuls or drawersful)

  1. A drawer filled with something, or a sufficient quantity of something to fill a drawer
    • 2007 May 6, Stephanie Zacharek, “Lives Caught Between Rewind and Fast-Forward”, in New York Times[1]:
      But they also share a secret language and keep a drawerful of mundane treasures that have meaning only for them.

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