handtowel

handtowel

(ˈhændˌtaʊəl)
n
a small piece of thick soft cloth used to dry the hands
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Beyonc's kiss may have been washed away, but Elis is refusing to wash the handtowel she used to dry her face and the clothes he wore that night.
But, Mr Williams said, Jones wrapped the body in toilet paper and a handtowel, andplacedit in a black plastic bag and Waitrose carrier bag, andhidit in the boot of her Vauxhall Astra.
Besides the branch of narrow web printing presses, Omet is engaged in the production of napkins and handtowel machines.
The odd handtowel or bath towel goes missing, and it's down to the maids to report it,' she said.
An enterprising pickpocket in a dinner jacket climbed into the ring waving a handtowel and was thrown out bodily, arcing high in the air and crushing the third row of seats beneath him.
The day before, pack a box of essentials to get you through the first day, such as kettle, tea bags, coffee, toilet paper, soap, handtowel, spare lightbulbs, etc.
The company uses paper handtowels that are 100 percent post-consumer recycled paper, and puts used towels in biodegradable bags to be turned into compost.
THE NEWBORN girl that was found dead wrapped in handtowels under a Filipino woman's bed two weeks ago was stillborn, tests have shown.
Taps in washrooms are also movement sensored, and handtowels have been replaced with more energy efficient handryers.
Every night after dinner we found the room steward's whimsical creations on our turned-down beds--pigs, elephants, and other animals fashioned from handtowels and sometimes wearing our sunglasses.
6 The truly organised among us will relish the opportunity to make bathtime a more orderly affair with days of the week handtowels, pounds 15, Debenhams: 0207 529 053643.