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A pliant, tufted, narrow rod used for cleaning the stem of a tobacco pipe.
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a short length of thin wires twisted so as to hold tiny tufts of yarn: used to clean the stem of a tobacco pipe
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a short length of twisted flexible wires covered with tufted fabric, used to clean the stem of a smoker's pipe and for various handicrafts.
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|Noun||1.||pipe cleaner - cleaning implement consisting of a flexible tufted wire that is used to clean a pipe stem|
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