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towpath

noun tow·path \ˈtō-ˌpath, -ˌpäth\

: a path along a river or canal used by people or horses for towing boats

Full Definition of TOWPATH

:  a path (as along a canal) traveled especially by draft animals towing boats —called also towing path

First Known Use of TOWPATH

1788

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