Definition of Dishtowels

1. Noun. (plural of dishtowel) ¹



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Definition of Dishtowels

1. dishtowel [n] - See also: dishtowel

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Dishtowels

dishorses
dishorsing
dishouse
dishoused
dishouses
dishousing
dishpan
dishpan fracture
dishpan hands
dishpans
dishrag
dishrags
dishstand
dishstands
dishtowel
dishtowels (current term)
dishumour
dishumoured
dishumouring
dishumours
dishware
dishwares
dishwashable
dishwasher
dishwasher-safe
dishwasher detergent
dishwasher proof
dishwasher safe
dishwasherable
dishwashers

Literary usage of Dishtowels

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1. Annual Report by Ohio State Board of Agriculture (1908)
"Then why not fold these pieces as we take them from the linn, and lay them away full of sunshine and fresh air—dishtowels, ..."

2. Music (1894)
"Xo lea.st thing escaped him, and even the very dishtowels he'd praise for their whiteness, and often said he'd be willing to be poor all his days if we ..."

3. Industrial Education: Typical Experiments Described and Interpreted by Samuel Chester Parker, F. M. Leavitt, Arthur Coleman Manahan (1912)
"Laundry— Washing of dishtowels and table linen. Sewing— Care and use of machines. Making of uniform for household science, sewing-bag, mending, ..."

4. The Science of Nutrition: Treatise Upon the Science of Nutrition by Mary W. (Hinman). Abel, Edward Atkinson, Maria Daniell, Wilbur Olin Atwater, Ellen Henrietta Richards (1896)
"... of kerosene oil may first try this process on greasy dishtowels : Put a little kerosene oil into a pan of tepid water; soak the towels in that emulsion, ..."

5. Over Periscope Pond: Letters from Two American Girls in Paris, October 1916 by Esther Sayles Root, Marjorie Crocker (1918)
"... a stove, basin, pail, dishtowels, pitcher, sheets, covers, — and extra nice light warm ones for the man, — pillow-cases, casserole, carpet, bathtowels, ..."

6. The Boston Cooking School Magazine of Culinary Science and Domestic Economics by Mass Boston Cooking School (Boston, Boston Cooking School (Boston, Mass.) (1914)
"It is therefore a money saving plan to lessen the gas bill by heating the dishwater, or even kettles for washing out light things, as well as dishtowels, ..."

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