American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A small, usually moistened piece of paper or cloth used for cleansing.
- n. A small towel.
“She has tried everything from Jergens to TanTowel, a towelette that contains self-tanning formula.”
“She saw that same towelette again, beneath a diamond ring.”
“Impulsively, on a date, she gave a boy a square towelette provided by the restaurant.”
“He was an heir to the moist towelette company, and so everything that was special that he ever accomplished was kind of handed to him.”
“But it didn't take long before McHale was revealed as every bit as desperate, hopeless, needy and borderline-unhinged as Chase's moist-towelette millionaire, as the over achieving high-schooler who overdosed on prescription pills, the unblinking Arab kid who is only able to converse in pop-culture references, the oblivious former football hero and the ever-smiling Christian single mom.”
“It has a Ponds cleansing towelette sample, plus an audio chip that plays a snippet of the film theme — and can record 10 seconds of audio.”
“He accepted a linen towelette from the black-jacketed attendant.”
“Does Ralpha offer a post-embrocating moist towelette/shop rag?”
“The fear passed when he gave me and the other American a refreshing towelette to wipe off the ink ...”
“Awlsew, if yew put a washcloth awn their back, it becomes the heaviest towelette dat yew eber saw.”
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