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  • adj. Not supplied or fitted with pipes.


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un- +‎ piped


  • "Then noblemen's chimneys used to smoke, and not their noses; Englishmen without were not Blackamoores within, for then Tobacco was an Indian, unpickt and unpiped, -- now made the common ivy-bush of luxury, the curtaine of dishonesty, the proclaimer of vanity, the drunken colourer of Drabby solacy."

    Tobacco; Its History, Varieties, Culture, Manufacture and Commerce

  • Nor did she forget that the unpiped silence of the royal burgh was the memento of a practical joke of her father, so cruel that a piper would not accept the handsome propitiation offered on its account by a marquis.


  • Battle of Gettysburg then I will only need to pipe the article once, when placing in the category, every other link can be unpiped.

    Citizendium, the Citizens' Compendium - Recent changes [en]


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