Definition of tobacco pipe in English:

tobacco pipe

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noun

Another term for pipe (sense 2) of the noun).
More example sentences
  • I was lighting up a pipe - a tobacco pipe, of course - and my wife was smoking, and when the baby would come around, we'd kind of hide 'em behind our backs and say, ‘We're sorry, we're sorry.’
  • It was a Copper and Brass contraption, similar in shape to a tobacco pipe, only about four times the size.
  • He leaned back, reached up into the air and a tobacco pipe appeared at his fingertips.

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