terry

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Of uncertain origin, possibly French tiré (drawn out), past participle of tirer (to draw out).

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terry (countable and uncountable, plural terries)

  1. A type of coarse cotton fabric covered in many small raised loops that is used to make towels, bathrobes and some types of nappy/diaper.

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