tow[ toh ]SEE DEFINITION OF tow
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR TOW
They behaved precisely as if I had a girl in tow and wanted to be left alone.
But the frigate which had her in tow hove in stays, and got her round.
Josie Lockwood rustles into hearing with Bessie Gabriel in tow.
There was a tow which came out when it was swingled, called swingle tow.
Tow awoke with a start about four, and sprang to the window.
Heaven only knows what match it was that had set the tow alight.
"I guess we can tow him out, sir," growled Greer with dull indifference.
An attempt to tow the dock will be highly adventurous, no doubt dangerous.
A boat'll sheer all over creation if you tow her with a fellow in the bow.
She's got eyes like gimlet holes, and her hair's the color of tow.