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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of towel.


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  • No below the waist shots of either - both can be 'towelled' down in an exciting QTE moment: -)


  • He removed his jersey and towelled his sweat-covered chest; every fibre of his body was twitching.

    Complete transcript: Paul Kimmage’s interview of Floyd Landis

  • Miranda Spring knew a trick worth two of that, for when we'd come to our senses and towelled each other dry, with much coy snickering on her part, she showed me to a little alcove off the main cabin where an excellent collation was laid out under covers, with bubbly in a bucket.


  • The moment it was done, and I had undressed and sponged and towelled the great man, and he had admired himself in his cheval mirror and donned his dressing gown, Richard Marais shuffled into the dressing room with his ink and pen and ledgers.

    Oscar Wilde and the Dead Man’s Smile

  • I bathed him; I towelled him dry; I helped him to dress again.

    Oscar Wilde and the Dead Man’s Smile

  • They sent over a bunch of warm towels and I just towelled up in my trailer and rode home in my underwear and a bathrobe.

    Damage – DVD Review

  • So we unrolled the cake thing, de-towelled it, and began coating it with mousse as we re-rolled it.

    We Can Fix It

  • That cat was clearly plotting murderous vengeance as it was being towelled off.

    YesButNoButYes: Pet Spa

  • It was a while before Kayla turned off the dial, then, towelled dry, she pulled on the robe before tending to her hair.

    Purchased By The Billionaire

  • She moved quickly upstairs, hit the shower then, towelled dry, she pulled on a robe.

    Purchased By The Billionaire


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