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A small, usually moistened piece of paper or cloth used for cleansing.


a paper towel; a small towel


(ˌtaʊ əˈlɛt, ˌtaʊˈlɛt)

a small paper towel, usu. premoistened in a sealed package.


nFeuchtigkeits- or Erfrischungstuch nt
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A novel antimicrobial moist towelette was selected to determine if, after a single application, it inhibited aerobic bacteria, yeasts, molds, and fungal proliferation on human skin.
Bleach-Wipes provide a consistent and accurate concentration of bleach in a prediluted single or double prepackaged 8" x 10" towelette.
75-ounce Minute Maid 100% Juice box, and a nutritious snack such as raisins, along with a spoon, napkin, and moist towelette.
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