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Definition of "towelling" [towelling]

  • Terry cloth (noun)
  • Present participle of towel. (verb)

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Use "towelling" in a sentence
  • "Janey's had loads of babies, put them in towelling nappies and breast fed them all and so have I, plus we also have our laundry balls in common."
  • "Mine was a kind of towelling bath-robe that I had bought in France when I lost my kit."
  • "The celeb loses loads of weight, most of their marbles and begins swanning into the BBC Television Centre wearing lilac Pineapple Dance Studio leg warmers and a towelling headband mumbling about "knowing my value on the Strictly tour" and "being pushed to new levels of joy" – which could mean "on the dancefloor" but we all secretly hope means "in the Novotel adjacent to the west London flyover with their mobile phone switched off.""