Definition of Rope tow
1. Noun. A ski tow offering only a moving rope to hold onto.
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Literary usage of Rope tow
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1. Adventure Guide to the Pacific Northwest by Don Young, Marjorie Young (1999)
"... trails and 1200 feet of vertical downhill skiing with two pomas and one rope tow. The crosscountry trails are open daily, and the downhill facilities ..."
2. An Etymological Dictionary of the English Language by Walter William Skeat (1893)
"... as seen in Lat. ducere, to draw ; Fick, ¡.624. fl 1'". toner, to low, is of Teut. origin. Der. tow-boat, -line, -rope ; tow-age, Blount's Nomo- lexicon, ..."
3. A Dictionary for Primary Schools by Noah Webster (1838)
"... Tow-rope, та. a rope Tow ing, ppr. drawing on water, [for towing. Town, n. a collection of houses inhabited, the inhabitants. ..."
4. Cyclopædia of India and of Eastern and Southern Asia, Commercial, Industrial by Edward Balfour (1873)
"s yarn, string, rope, tow and halt' stuff for ; ; -r were exhibited by the Madras School ! of Industrial Arts. This plant has a particular tendency to rot ..."
5. A Dictionary of the English Language: Abridged from the American Dictionary by Noah Webster (1851)
"[by a rope. Tow, IT. i. Го draw or drag on water TOW'AEE, я. Act of towing ; price of lowing. TO'WARD, (tö'ard,) prrp. [Sax. to- wiir. ..."