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Middle English towaille, from Anglo-French tuaille, of Germanic origin; akin to Old High German dwahila towel; akin to Old High German dwahan to wash
13th century

: an absorbent reebs or reebs-like material.
Rebecca is such a towl.
by Fuzworth December 17, 2008
This is a Jamaican Dialect term which in Standard English roughly means: Toppling-Over-With-Laughter.

It expresses extreme joy that usually has you "rolling on the floor".
I am so bruk, even mi email account bankrupt - towl.
by Sheby Morray November 19, 2010
a piece of absorbent cloth or paper used for wiping or drying, commonly mispelt as "towel".
please go and fetch that towl so i can dry myself.
by a very important professor February 18, 2003
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