The room held a sizable amount of old, worn furniture: the bed, a studio couch, three stuffed chairs, a chifforobe and a dresser.
He said he could read the books atop a dresser on one side of the room, but he had no access to newspapers, radio, or television.
Kate might also want to think about taking a dresser or a lady's maid.
"Sometimes I'm flabbergasted which side is the front and which side is the back," says one dresser, Omar Figueroa.
Spencer walked into the master bedroom and found Bud lying in front of the dresser, face down in pool of blood.
The housekeeper had risen and stood leaning against the dresser, immediately on her guard.
Then she went back to the dresser for the candles to light it up with.
On the dresser—which he had ascended by a chair—was Billy, the acrobatic goat, doing his Alpine daring act.
Hannah took plates from the dresser and food from the cupboard while she answered him.
He tossed the packages on the dresser, then he went and stood directly in front of his sister, looking at her.
c.1300, "person who prepares or furnishes," agent noun from dress (v.). Meaning "table, sideboard," is late 14c., from Old French dresseur, dreçoir "table to prepare food," from dresser "prepare, dress." Meaning "chest, dressing bureau" is from 1895.