Two teenage brothers apparently lit a campfire, smoked a nargillah—a hubble-bubble—and went home.
There he was still, sitting in his den and smoking a hubble-bubble.
Again there was a long period of stillness, broken only by the hubble-bubble.
Dr. Jackal was sitting with his hind legs crossed, and smoking a hubble-bubble.
hubble-bubble, hub′l-bub′l, n. an East Indian tobacco-pipe, in which the smoke is drawn through water with a bubbling sound.
As he spoke one of the men aft handed the stem of the hubble-bubble to his companion and came running forward.
His inseparable companions were a hubble-bubble at his left, and a sitar on his lap; and from his throat flowed song unceasing.
The women are in the habit of enjoying the hubble-bubble, in groups, in a similar manner.
For the officers, the native chillim or hubble-bubble was brought and handed round to them one after another.
I lighted a cigar, and Akong smoked his hubble-bubble, a small copy of the nargileh of the Turks.