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
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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.
Of course, by "hope" I don't mean that I long to go back to Israel and enjoy a pipeful in some ultra-orthodox estate or kibbutz: I mean that inward-looking, tabooridden societies can change, although the process is slow and preferably nonviolent.
IT was a strange form of logic back in 1967: rather than the usual secret cigarette smoking behind the bike sheds, my father let me smoke a pipeful of tobacco at home.