[ dres-war ]
/ drɛsˈwar /
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noun, plural dres·soirs [dres-war]. /drɛsˈwar/. French Furniture.
a cabinet of the 18th century, having a number of shallow shelves for dishes over a base with drawers and closed cupboards.
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Origin of dressoir
From French; see origin at dresser2
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Cotgrave defines dressoir as "a court-cupboord (without box or drawer), onely to set plate on."Shakespeare's Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet|William Shakespeare