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Drawer

The party initiating a draft.

Drawer

One who makes a draft. For example, with a check, the drawer is the party writing the check who demands that his/her bank pay to some third party the indicated amount of money. See also: Drawee.
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We had been near a month in the drawer, when I recognized a female voice near us, that I had often heard of late, speaking in a confident and decided tone, and making allusions that showed she belonged to the court.
It was well: for there now came a light tap, and Hetty, with a leaping heart, rushed to blow out the candles and throw them into the drawer.
Suppose I ask you to look through my drawers and agree with me about all my new species?
He let poor Tink out of the drawer, and she flew about the nursery screaming with fury.
The top drawer contained a complete collection of carpenter's tools in miniature, relics probably of the far-distant time when the Major was a boy, and when parents or friends had made him a present of a set of toy tools.
shouted the pewter soldier as loud as he could, and threw himself off the drawers right down on the floor.
Does it not strike you as unlikely that a man who had committed a crime should keep the evidence of it in an unlocked drawer for anyone to find?
And there's one key there, three times as big as all the others, with deep notches; that can't be the key of the chest of drawers .
At midnight, then, I have to ask you to be alone in your consulting room, to admit with your own hand into the house a man who will present himself in my name, and to place in his hands the drawer that you will have brought with you from my cabinet.
As he went, he struck upon a drawer left open in the business table.
Then his eye was fixed on the drawer of a small chest between the windows.
Sophia happening one day to open a private Drawer in Macdonald's Library with one of her own keys, discovered that it was the Place where he kept his Papers of consequence and amongst them some bank notes of considerable amount.