Definition of hubble-bubble in English:

hubble-bubble

Syllabification: hub·ble-bub·ble
Pronunciation: /ˈhəbəl ˌbəbəl
 
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noun

  • A hookah.
    More example sentences
    • The tea-house was theoretically for men only, but women and men smoked the hubble-bubble together.
    • You can also smoke an apple-flavoured tobacco in a hubble-bubble pipe if you have time.
    • A tea-house tucked under it is described curiously in my guidebook as a place, ‘to sit and drink tea or smoke the hubble-bubble, surrounded by slumbering Esfahan manhood.’

Origin

mid 17th century: imitative repetition of bubble.

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