pipeful


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pipe·ful

 (pīp′fo͝ol′)
n.
The amount of smoking material that a pipe can hold.
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Noun1.pipeful - the quantity of tobacco that can be smoked in a pipe at one time
containerful - the quantity that a container will hold
Translations

pipeful

[ˈpaɪpfʊl] Npipa f
a pipeful of tobaccouna pipa de tabaco
References in classic literature ?
When he had cleared the platter, he got out a single pipeful of tobacco, just as in the morning, turned round a stool into the chimney corner, and sat awhile smoking, with his back to me.
The islanders, who only smoke a whiff or two at a time, and at long intervals, and who keep their pipes going from hand to hand continually, regarded my systematic smoking of four or five pipefuls of tobacco in succession, as something quite wonderful.
One corporate executive beamed with excitement as he lit a pipeful of high-grade grass in the comfort of a friend's home.