|to swindle, cheat, hoodwink, or hoax.|
|to flee; abscond:|
|1.||(tr) to pull or drag (a vehicle, boat, etc), esp by means of a rope or cable|
|2.||the act or an instance of towing|
|3.||the state of being towed (esp in the phrases in tow, under tow, on tow)|
|5.||something used for towing|
|6.||in tow in one's charge or under one's influence|
|7.||informal (in motor racing, etc) the act of taking advantage of the slipstream of another car (esp in the phrase get a tow)|
|8.||short for ski tow|
|[Old English togian; related to Old Frisian togia, Old Norse toga, Old High German zogōn]|
(Judg. 16:9). See FLAX.
see in tow.