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  • noun Plural form of chibouque.

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Examples

  • Small, but artistically arranged, the rooms, opening in to one another, are bright with oriental hangings, with trays and dishes of gold and silver, brass trays and goblets, chibouques with great amber mouthpieces, and all kinds of Eastern treasures mingled with family souvenirs.

    The Romance of Isabel Lady Burton

  • There were narghílehs and chibouques, and cups of filigree and porcelain for the dispensing of delectable Arab coffee.

    The Romance of Isabel Lady Burton

  • The kawwasses, in full dress of scarlet and gold, kept guard by turns, and the servants were engaged incessantly in bringing up relays of narghílehs, chibouques, cigarettes, sweetmeats, sherbet, Turkish coffee and tea.

    The Romance of Isabel Lady Burton

  • That little Ethiopian will look after our horses, and Ali will bring us coffee and chibouques in a twinkling.

    Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine - Volume 61, No. 376, February, 1847

  • Greece has an Athenian house painfully crude in color, white picked out with all the hues of the rainbow and some others, suggesting muddy coffee and chibouques.

    Lippincott's Magazine, Vol. 22, August, 1878

  • Taking one of the chibouques in which a supply of Turkish tobacco yet remained, he lighted it and began to smoke.

    Monte-Cristo's Daughter

  • Another portal opens into a public bath, with its fountains, its reservoirs, its gay carpets, and its luxurious inmates clad in white linen and reclining on cushions as they smoke their chibouques.

    The World's Greatest Books — Volume 19 — Travel and Adventure

  • But as she is opposed to smoking, there are six narghilehs and four chibouques which I will never use again.

    The Strange Adventures of Mr. Middleton

  • The native cafés were crowded with dark men smoking chibouques, eating kous-kous, playing dominoes, or sipping absinthe and golden liqueurs which, fortunately not having been invented in the Prophet's time, had not been forbidden by him.

    The Golden Silence

  • The kawwasses, in full dress of scarlet and gold, kept guard by turns, and the servants were engaged incessantly in bringing up relays of narghílehs, chibouques, cigarettes, sweetmeats, sherbet, Turkish coffee and tea.

    The Romance of Isabel, Lady Burton

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