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Welsh dresser

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Definition of Welsh dresser in English:

noun

British
A piece of wooden furniture with cupboards and drawers in the lower part and open shelves in the upper part.
Example sentences
  • His eye traveled into the room, furnishing it - two marble cigarette tables on either side of the chair, and a Welsh dresser off to the left.
  • I thought we could put the Welsh dresser over here.
  • To the right was a top of the range Aga, and on the far wall was a Welsh dresser piled with expensive plates and jugs, and Beatrix Potter figurines - the complete set by the looks of it.

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