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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR TOW-HEADED
Trouble come to this camp with that tow-headed gal over at the farm.
There is no one except the tow-headed Bowman boy across the street.
They were bright-faced, tow-headed lads, all in Sunday clothes.
These confounded, tow-headed Swiss mules never get up at any decent hour.
The surprise was a tow-headed youngster who had been substituted at right half.
Tow-headed, putty-faced, wash-eyed youngsters of all sizes and conditions.
In appearance the Italians may be anything from a tow-headed Teuton to a swarthy Arab.
The older boys are, perhaps, ten and twelve, blue-eyed and tow-headed.
In an inclosure a number of tow-headed boys were trying to ride a calf.
One night our six tow-headed urchins were sitting round the table chattering like so many magpies.