Usage examples for tow

  1. John Tow, finding himself no longer an object of attention, had discreetly vanished. – The Dop Doctor by Clotilde Inez Mary Graves
  2. Besides, he had gone in tow as long as he intended. – A Victorious Union SERIES: The Blue and the Gray--Afloat by Oliver Optic
  3. It was about noon before we touched him again; but by that time two more harpoons were made fast, and two other boats cast tow- lines aboard of us, and were hauled along. – Fighting the Whales by R.M. Ballantyne
  4. We need a tow car." – Ghost Beyond the Gate by Mildred A. Wirt
  5. I wanted this young lady to let me drive her home and then send a garage man to tow her car, but she said she had other plans. – Tom Swift and his Undersea Search or, The Treasure on the Floor of the Atlantic by Victor Appleton
  6. Sometimes we can portage the freight and lower the boats through the water by tow ropes. – The Enchanted Canyon by Honoré Willsie Morrow
  7. " That will be a big tow for a steamer," Jimmie suggested. – Boy Scouts in a Submarine by G. Harvey Ralphson
  8. No; came on a tow- line. – Boy Scouts in a Submarine by G. Harvey Ralphson
  9. We can cover a good many miles a day, since walking can be no burden here, and we can easily tow our balloon along. – Daybreak: A Romance of an Old World by James Cowan
  10. Then we'll get the wreck of your masts cleared away and take you in tow. – Hurricane Hurry by W.H.G. Kingston
  11. She was one of those women who must have some man in tow, and it happened that I was the only one available for that week- end. – The Jervaise Comedy by J. D. Beresford
  12. What a bundle of tow you are, to be sure; I might just as soon touch a match to a magazine." – 'Laramie;' or, The Queen of Bedlam. by Charles King
  13. I can drop a spark or two in different directions, and the mob is tow. – The Light That Lures by Percy Brebner
  14. They turned the leaves, and answered: " I can tow you." – "Where Angels Fear to Tread" and Other Stories of the Sea by Morgan Robertson
  15. You hook on and I'll tow you to the mouth of the creek, then you cut loose. – The Flying Stingaree by Harold Leland Goodwin
  16. The sails were soon set, and, with the new boat in tow, the Antelope weighed anchor, and took her departure. – Lost in the Fog by James De Mille