Definition of Turkish towel

1. Noun. A bath towel with rough loose pile.

Exact synonyms: Terry Towel
Generic synonyms: Bath Towel



Definition of Turkish towel

1. Proper noun. A thick towel with a nap of uncut pile. ¹

2. Proper noun. A bath towel with rough loose pile. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Turkish Towel

Turkish bath
Turkish baths
Turkish boxwood
Turkish bread
Turkish capital
Turkish coffee
Turkish coffees
Turkish corsair
Turkish delight
Turkish delights
Turkish lira
Turkish monetary unit
Turkish pizza
Turkish saddle
Turkish tobacco
Turkish towel (current term)
Turkishly
Turkishness
Turkism
Turkisms
Turkistan
Turkmen
Turkmen SSR
Turkmen monetary unit
Turkmenia
Turkmenistan
Turkmens
Turko-
Turko-Tatar
Turkologist

Literary usage of Turkish towel

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Home and Its Management: A Handbook in Homemaking, with Three Hundred by Mabel Hyde Kittredge (1918)
"Always place a Turkish towel under the body to protect the bed from dampness. ... Take out first one leg, place under it the Turkish towel and be sure that ..."

2. Trade Marks: Their Registration and Protection in the United Kingdom and by Joseph Seymour Salaman (1891)
"They manufactured a particular kind of Turkish towel, upon which they ... Another firm of Turkish towel manufacturers commenced to make a similar kind of ..."

3. Literature and life: Studies by William Dean Howells (1902)
"The domestic effect was heightened almost poignantly when a young lady in a Turkish - towel bath- gown came out and stood close by the band, waiting for her ..."

4. Practical Homemaking; a Textbook for Young Housekeepers by Mabel Hyde Kittredge (1914)
"Always use a turkish towel under the arm, or under the body, to protect the bed. ... Take out first one leg, place under it the turkish towel and be sure ..."

5. Diseases of Infancy and Childhood: Their Dietetic, Hygienic, and Medical by Louis Fischer (1911)
"Following the bath, friction with a good, coarse, Turkish towel will be found useful. My preference has always been for a lukewarm bath, followed by a cold ..."

6. Diseases of infancy and childhood: Their Dietetic, Hygienic, and Medical by Louis Fischer (1907)
"Following the bath, friction with a good, coarse, Turkish towel will be found useful. .My preference has always been for a lukewarm bath ..."

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