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chibouk

Syllabification: chi·bouk
Pronunciation: /CHəˈbo͞ok, SHə-
 
/
(also chibouque)

Definition of chibouk in English:

noun

A long Turkish tobacco pipe.
Example sentences
  • Walking along, smoking his chibouque and smelling the flowers, he came to a baking-oven by the roadside.
  • Cramer worked in the Russian capital, making walking sticks, tobacco pipes, chibouques and other items.
  • A chibouk, or chibouque, was a Turkish tobacco pipe with a long stem and a red clay bowl.

Origin

early 19th century: French chibouque, from Turkish çubuk, literally 'tube'.

Words that rhyme with chibouk

archduke, duke, Farouk, fluke, gook, kook, Luke, nuke, peruke, puke, rebuke, Seljuk, snook, souk, spook, spruik, stook, tuque, zouk

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