Definition of Towts

1. towt [v] - See also: towt



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Towts

towsacks
towse
towsed
towser
towsers
towses
towsier
towsiest
towsing
towsy
towt
towted
towting
towtruck
towtrucks
towts (current term)
towy
towze
towzed
towzes
towzier
towziest
towzing
towzy
tox
tox-
toxaemia
toxaemia of pregnancy
toxaemias
toxaemic

Literary usage of Towts

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1. Peter Mackenzie, his life and labours by Joseph Dawson (1896)
"I've plenty of ' towts,' " answered the man, " and we can soon tie him in. ... towts" is a provincialism for rough hempen cords, by the help of which the ..."

2. Works by James Fenimore Cooper (1892)
"u Why not II understand your meaning ; for it is not noed ful to live in towts to hear all the devilish devices that the conceit of man can invent to upset ..."

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