towrope :

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  • n  (nautical) a rope used in towing

  • As unfortunate as her predecessor, the cinema Bounty last month broke a towrope, drifted out to sea with a watchman on board, remained lost for three days.
  • The water skier uses a flat kite, and must remain attached to a boat's towrope, but, theoretically at least, the delta-wing can go anywhere.
  • Even the towrope is of stretchy nylon.
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  • Passionate about winter sports
    Four-year-old Marguerite, daughter of Sarah and Ross Douglas, hangs on to the towrope with her father’s help Monday afternoon at Chapman Hill. Chapman Hill hosted a free ski day which was organized by Durango Winter Sports Foundation.
    Jan. 21, 2014 - The Durango Herald

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