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  • n. Plural form of huqa.

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Examples

  • The monkeys sat and talked in the upper branches, and there was a hole under the platform where a cobra lived, and he had his little platter of milk every night because he was sacred; and the old men sat around the tree and talked, and pulled at the big _huqas_ (the water-pipes) till far into the night.

    The Kipling Reader Selections from the Books of Rudyard Kipling

  • This left the place in jet darkness, except for the red glow from the two huqas that belonged to Janoo and Azizun.

    Plain Tales from the Hills

  • The monkeys sat and talked in the upper branches, and there was a hole under the platform where a cobra lived, and he had his little platter of milk every night because he was sacred; and the old men sat around the tree and talked, and pulled at the big huqas (the water-pipes) till far into the night.

    The Jungle Book.

  • This left the place in jet darkness, except for the red glow from the two _huqas_ that belonged to Janoo and Azizun.

    The Lock and Key Library Classic Mystery and Detective Stories: Modern English

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