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water pipe

a pipe for conveying water.
a smoking apparatus, as a hookah or narghile, in which the smoke is drawn through a container of water and cooled before reaching the mouth.
Origin of water pipe
late Middle English
1400-50; late Middle English Unabridged
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Examples from the web for water pipe
  • The manager watches me from a nearby desk, taking slow puffs from his water pipe.
  • The water pipe would come in on both sides of the dome and the oil out the top.
  • There is also an extra charge for a water pipe out to the garage.
  • Another view of the cooling water pipe installation.
  • There is not room in the existing chases to concurrently run two sets of heating water pipe.
  • Both the water and sewer lines shall be constructed of water pipe and tested in accordance with water specifications.
  • Add pipe insulation to the first five feet of water pipe coming from your water heater.
  • Water can also come from inside your house from a leaking water pipe, toilet, shower or bathtub.
British Dictionary definitions for water pipe

water pipe

a pipe for water
another name for hookah
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