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  • n. Alternative form of tea towel.


Sorry, no etymologies found.


  • And, stitched onto a teatowel was the motto, “If the Good Lord had meant man to swim, He’d have furnished fins.”

    Say No to Murder

  • “Umhum,” Elaine mumbles, examining a teatowel with a print of Ayer's Rock.

    Kangaroo Dreaming

  • Within in a hour the wine would have started to freeze even without the teatowel.

    Cool Wine Fast With A Wet Tea Towel | Lifehacker Australia

  • Top of my list is cooking; there always comes a point in preparing a meal when I just feel like throwing in the teatowel and walking out.

    TWQ: Unpleasant Tasks

  • As for your seatbelt, it does look surprisingly a teatowel!

    Family photos « Mad Dave and Lil

  • Put the lid loosely on the starter and cover the bowl with a plate or damp teatowel.


  • And the new bread is cooling, wrapped in a teatowel and a plastic bag so the crust stays soft.

    Friends and food

  • I went around the side and fought my way through a jungle of shrubs and found the garage sitting way up the back, past a dried up sunken lawn with a clothes line in the middle and one lonely teatowel drying on it.

    What I cooked last night.

  • Divide into 12 pieces and either using a tortilla/chappati press or a rolling pin form circles as thin as you can, cooking them for 30 seconds per side, or until then have golden patches and are puffy, then wrapping in a teatowel to keep warm and soft.

    buck·wheat and corn tor·til·la

  • Right now - since the mixture is, after all, for *Jewish* Christmas pudding - it is resting underneath a teatowel covered with suitably magic words: matzah, cholent, kreplach, bagels...

    Even in a little thing


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