tow|path «TOH PATH, -PAHTH», noun.
a path along the bank of a canal or river for use in towing boats.

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  • tow·path — /ˈtoʊˌpæθ, Brit ˈtəʊˌpɑːθ/ noun, pl paths [count] old fashioned : a path along a river or canal used by people or horses for towing boats …   Useful english dictionary

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  • tow — 1. v. & n. 1 (of a motor vehicle, horse, or person controlling it) pull (a boat, another motor vehicle, a caravan, etc.) along by a rope, tow bar, etc. 2 pull (a person or thing) along behind one. n. the act or an instance of towing; the… …   Useful english dictionary

  • towing path — noun a path along a canal or river used by animals towing boats • Syn: ↑towpath • Hypernyms: ↑path * * * variant of towpath * * * towˈpath or towing path noun A path beside a canal or river for horses towing barges …   Useful english dictionary

  • towing path — Towpath Tow path , n. A path traveled by men or animals in towing boats; called also {towing path}. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Long Path — Infobox Hiking trail Name=Long Path Photo=Long Path sign.jpg Caption=Long Path mileage sign in Palisades Interstate Park Location=New Jersey and New York, United States Length=347.25mi; 559km Start/End Points=Fort Lee, New Jersey Indian Ladder… …   Wikipedia

  • towpath — tow|path [ˈtəupa:θ US ˈtoupæθ] n a path along the side of a ↑canal or river, used especially in the past by horses pulling boats …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • towpath — tow|path [ tou,pæθ ] noun count a path along the side of a CANAL or river, used in the past by horses that pulled boats …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • towpath — tow•path [[t]ˈtoʊˌpæθ, ˌpɑθ[/t]] n. pl. paths [[t] ˌpæðz, ˌpɑðz, ˌpæθs, ˌpɑθs[/t]] trs a path along the bank of a canal or river, for use in towing boats • Etymology: 1780–90, amer …   From formal English to slang

  • Boyne Navigation — The Boyne Navigation is a series of canals running 31 km (19 mi) roughly parallel to the River Boyne from Oldbridge to Navan in County Meath, in Ireland. The navigation was once used by horse drawn boats travelling between Navan, Slane and the… …   Wikipedia

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