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  • n. A herb smoked in pipes like tobacco.


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pipe +‎ weed, coined by Tolkien in The Lord of the Rings.


  • Tobacco: Why invent "pipeweed" or some other replacement when you can have the real thing?

    Creative Anachronisms

  • It took me so long to reply because I was busy cross-breeding pipeweed in Lord of the Rings On-Line

    EXTRALIFE – By Scott Johnson - Dumbledore is Gay

  • In my campaigns pipeweed and tobacco are one and the same.

    Creative Anachronisms

  • The Shire exports luxury goods like wine and pipeweed, plus charging tolls or providing services to any travelers passing through.

    The Sound of a Million Elves Celebrating « Whatever

  • In LOTRO, from what I can see, a group of players who are bored waiting for a party member to arrive rarely use emotes except for smoking pipeweed.

    May 2007

  • As I "borrowed" my name from Tolkien, there are references on the internet to Tolkien's Tobold Hornblower, who introduced pipeweed into the Shire.

    Tobold's MMORPG Blog

  • After an unspecified period of weeks, Talbot finally finds that his wound is nothing more than a scar, and that he has aroused Inspector Abberline of Scotland Yard (Hugo Weaving, who looks like he'd rather be hunting Keanu Reaves or smoking pipeweed) and has summoned the ire of villagers.

    SF Signal

  • It derives its name not from any kind of illicit pipeweed but from the "hashtags" that are commonly used to categorize tweets.

    Rough Type: Nicholas Carr's Blog


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