- a block, fitting into an anvil, on which pieces are forged.
- a mallet for shaping sheet metal.
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The room held a sizable amount of old, worn furniture: the bed, a studio couch, three stuffed chairs, a chifforobe and a dresser.Stanley Booth on the Life and Hard Times of Blues Genius Furry Lewis|Stanley Booth|June 7, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Pop music, much like a teenager with a dresser full of training bras and her first summer job, is going through a lot changes.
Kate might also want to think about taking a dresser or a lady's maid.Situation Vacant: Kate and William Seek New Nanny For George|Tom Sykes|January 13, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The traces were discovered in a body of rock called the Dresser Foundation, near the town of Port Hedland.‘Oldest Signs of Life on Earth’ Found in Australia|The Telegraph|November 13, 2013|DAILY BEAST
The note is on the dresser in his small private room where he likes to read and think.
John awoke at this, and caught up a small pink pincushion which sat in the mathematical middle of his dresser, and threw it.The Wishing-Ring Man|Margaret Widdemer
The Dresser (Fig. 137) is made somewhat similar to the side-board.The Boy Craftsman|A. Neely Hall
In the kitchen department, you will require both table and dresser cloths, which should be made as neat as possible.Mrs. Hale's Receipts for the Million|Sarah Josepha Hale
The dresser drawers must move readily, and be perfectly clean.Guide to Hotel Housekeeping|Mary E. Palmer
She had stepped to her dresser, and opened a drawer while speaking, and now held up to view what seemed to be simply an envelope.Grandfather's Love Pie|Miriam Gaines