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(of a vehicle, conveyance, etc.) Pulled by means of an attached line, such as a cable, chain, or rope.
(figuratively, usually of persons) Following or accompanying under the direction of another, as if attached by a line and being pulled.
I was stewing over my third cup of coffee when my wife returned, with Julie and Molly in tow.
You show up on your in-laws' doorstep with your friend in tow?
He was sitting there a few moments later with Cynthia Byrne still unconscious when the attendant reappeared with Mr. Cole, a young intern, in tow.
The Lilac Fairy arrives in a mother of pearl boat, with four little lilac cherubs in tow.
Guests decked in their Sunday best walk the red carpet with wedding gifts in tow.
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