huckaback

noun
huck·a·back | \ˈhə-kə-ˌbak \

Definition of huckaback 

: an absorbent durable fabric of cotton, linen, or both used chiefly for towels

First Known Use of huckaback

1696, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for huckaback

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