dish towel dish towel

Definition(s):

  • (n) a towel for drying dishes

Synonym(s)

Usage(s):

  1. Basira, a thin 8-year-old whose obligatory white head scarf is actually a cotton dish towel printed with Korean characters, stands before the class.
  2. Instead, what gives birth to the bubble is, ahem, dirtdust particles on the glass, or cellulose strands from the dish towel used to dry it.
  3. Instead, what gives birth to the bubble is, ahem, dirt dust particles on the glass, or cellulose strands from the dish towel used to dry it.

News

  1. Gourmet Cooking with Chef Lucas (Wednesday)

    Gourmet Cooking with Catherine Lucas will feature French and Italian techniques and safety will stressed along with pasta making, classic sauces, seafood, meats, soups and seasonal vegetables. Pastry and bread techniques will be included. A $60.00 fee for food will be collected on the first night of class for the 6 week course. Students should bring an apron and a dish towel. Please do not wear ...
    on June 22, 2013     Source: WPXI Pittsburgh

  2. Gourmet Cooking with Chef Lucas (Monday)

    Gourmet Cooking with Catherine Lucas will feature French and Italian techniques and safety will stressed along with pasta making, classic sauces, seafood, meats, soups and seasonal vegetables. Pastry and bread techniques will be included. A $60.00 fee for food will be collected on the first night of class for the 6 week course. Students should bring an apron and a dish towel. Please do not wear ...
    on June 22, 2013     Source: WPXI Pittsburgh

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