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  • n. The smoke from a pipe.


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pipe +‎ smoke


  • A faint haze of pipesmoke hung in the air, but the arabesque-carved shutters across the wide arched windows let in more than enough light.

    A Crown of Swords

  • At that time of the busy day before Festival, Rand expected to find the common room empty except for Bran and his father and the cat, but four more members of the Village Council, including Cenn, sat in high-backed chairs in front of the fire, mugs in hand and blue-gray pipesmoke wreathing their heads.

    The Eye of the World

  • They maintained the dignity befitting their position, but increasing clouds of pipesmoke rising above their heads showed the effort of it.

    The Eye of the World

  • Slothrop returns from the brown back room of a pipesmoke-and-cabbage cafe, and an hour's game of hammer-and-forge with-every boy's dream-TWO healthy young ladies in summer dresses and woodsoled shoes to find the crowd begun to coagulate into clumps of three and four.

    Gravity's Rainbow

  • These nights, fragrant and grained as pipesmoke, are tranquil and good for sleep.

    Gravity's Rainbow

  • Having driven forklifts for a living in my past, I can tell you that it is a satisfying skill, but it is not the mossy, pipesmoke scene that one might imagine a head distiller’s life to be.



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