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towhead

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EtymologyEdit

tow +‎ -head

NounEdit

towhead (plural towheads)

  1. A blond person whose very pale, almost white hair resembles tow.
  2. An alluvial deposit in a river, such as a sandbar, or a small island formed from silt, often permanent enough to have vegetation.

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