toweling

noun
tow·el·ing | \ˈtau̇-(ə-)liŋ \
variants: or towelling

Definition of toweling 

: a cotton or linen fabric often used for making towels

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When browned, remove and drain on paper toweling and keep warm. Joanne Kempinger Demski, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, "You Asked or It: Irie Zulu’s Winter South African Oxtail Stew," 12 Feb. 2018 Press out any moisture with paper toweling before adding to dressing. Anne Schamberg, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, "Not a peep of stress: A foolishly simple menu for an April 1 Easter," 20 Mar. 2018 Cotton bedding is from Aiayu, and the toweling is by Vipp. Becca Endicott, ELLE Decor, "The Vipp Hotel Is Only Open To One Guest At A Time," 17 Nov. 2017 When ready to prepare: Remove meat from marinade and drain thoroughly, reserving the wine. Pat lamb dry with paper toweling and season to your preference with salt. Joanne Kempinger Demski, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, "Braise Restaurant Red Wine Braised Lamb," 3 Oct. 2017 Rinse the pork shoulder and pat dry with paper toweling. Bill St. John, The Denver Post, "Get Cooking: Pernil, slow-roasted pork, is perfect for Memorial Day weekend," 19 May 2017

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First Known Use of toweling

1583, in the meaning defined above

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