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  • n. Plural form of pipeful.


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  • After that he smoked two whole pipefuls of dried tea leaves.


  • "Because there ain't three pipefuls of thet precious tobacco left."

    The Boy Scouts Book of Campfire Stories

  • Your system comes to demand it just as an opium fiend comes to require so many pipefuls.


  • The sensible man smokes (say) sixteen pipefuls a day, and all differ in value and satisfaction.


  • Bill paddled leisurely, camping early and sitting late over his camp-fire smoking many pipefuls of tobacco.

    The Promise A Tale of the Great Northwest

  • Luckily my pipe, which was made out of a huge piece of cottonwood bark, and capable of containing at least twelve ordinary pipefuls, was filled with tobacco to the brim; and this

    Wild Life in the Rocky Mountains

  • Thus he would remain, looking meditatively out on Main Street for the space of three pipefuls; the time varied from forty-five minutes to an hour and a quarter, according to the kind of pipe he happened to be smoking.

    Warner and Wife

  • And sucks three pipefuls, and takes a cruise down the passageway and has a chat with his old-time shipmates, the boson and the gunner.

    Wide Courses

  • Martin Leland smoked his two pipefuls of strong tobacco and then departed to attend to some correspondence.

    The Short Cut

  • When the first pipefuls were finished they laid the pipes on the floor and picked up the other two, showing no sign of distress.

    The North American Indian


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