Definition of Towaways

1. towaway [n] - See also: towaway



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Towaways

towage
towages
towall
towalls
toward
toward land
toward the sea
towardliest
towardliness
towardlinesses
towardly
towardness
towardnesses
towards
towaway
towaways (current term)
towbar
towbars
towboat
towboats
towed
towel
towel-horse
towel bar
towel horse
towel rack
towel rail
towel rails
towel ring
towel snap

Literary usage of Towaways

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1. Historical Records of New South Wales by Frank Murcott Bladen (1893)
"Good God," said „towaways. I, "we must return back" ; but the wind being strong off' the land was impossible. The man's name was Richard Haynes. ..."

2. Immigration Laws and Regulations of July 1, 1907 by Mexico, United States (1908)
"... alien log: >towaways on board, and shall take every precaution to prevent their landing, subject to the penalty prescribed by section 18, holding them ..."

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