Entry from British & World English dictionary
A tea towel.
- She was staring out of the window, seemingly mesmerised by the rain, a dry tea cloth slung over her shoulder.
- When my mother forgot to pierce the tin and had to do it hissing and spitting (the tin, that is) under the protection of a tea cloth, my dinner ended up on the kitchen ceiling.
- The embroidered tea cloth is by Breda Craddock and a Collage picture project is by Mary Broderick, Margaret Galvin, Christine Irwin, Marie Kelly.
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