She never finishes her soup and she wears a toweling robe with a certain je ne sais quoi.
The end of the toweling entwined itself about one of the dining-tables and held there.
Get three yards or so of toweling and cut off pieces as you need them.
The linen manufactures of the United States consist principally of toweling and twine.
The largest portion of the sheeting and toweling is made in Scotland.
Cut four pieces of the toweling, twelve inches long and six and a half wide, and shape them according to diagram.
At my exclamation one of the Halbersons left off toweling and came over to join me.
Susan's contributions were a pair of blankets and a supply of tow-linen sheeting and toweling, all of her own weaving.
The table linen and toweling would be both spun and woven by her hands.
As might have been expected, military and naval subjects occupy a large place among the year's designs for toweling.
late 13c., from Old French toaille (12c.), from Frankish *thwahlja, from Proto-Germanic *thwakhlijon (cf. Old Saxon thwahila, Middle Dutch dwale "towel," Dutch dwaal "altar cloth," Old High German dwehila "towel," German dialectal Zwehle "napkin"); related to German zwagen, Old English þwean "to wash." Spanish toalla, Italian tovaglia are Germanic loan-words.
1836, from towel (n.). Related: Towelled; towelling.
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