pipe bowl

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Noun1.pipe bowl - a small round container that is open at the top for holding tobaccopipe bowl - a small round container that is open at the top for holding tobacco
container - any object that can be used to hold things (especially a large metal boxlike object of standardized dimensions that can be loaded from one form of transport to another)
pipe, tobacco pipe - a tube with a small bowl at one end; used for smoking tobacco
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Looking more closely he became convinced that these figures were a party of little demons, each duly provided with horns and a tail, and dancing hand in hand, with gestures of diabolical merriment, round the circumference of the pipe bowl. As if to confirm his suspicions, while Master Gookin ushered his guest along a dusky passage from his private room to the parlor, the star on Feathertop's breast had scintillated actual flames, and threw a flickering gleam upon the wall, the ceiling, and the floor.
And by this time it is to be supposed there was a blush on Polly's cheek, a tender smile about her mouth and a liquid softness in her glance; while the star kept coruscating on Feathertop's breast, and the little demons careered with more frantic merriment than ever about the circumference of his pipe bowl. O pretty Polly Gookin, why should these imps rejoice so madly that a silly maiden's heart was about to be given to a shadow!
The substance can be sprinkled across leaf marijuana in a bong or pipe bowl, but it also can be vaped in a modified e-cigarette device or "dabbed" -- heated with a blowtorch to produce inhalable smoke.
Clay pipe bowl and stems typical of the 18th and 19th Centuries
Alison is held captive by the powers of a mysterious pipe bowl belonging to a Mi'kmaq shaman.
They're used to pack down the tobacco in a pipe bowl, as well as to extinguish a half-smoked pipe.
Cody, as part of his act, shot objects held by Agnes, such as a clay pipe bowl balanced on her forehead.
It is a bundle of coils and curls, the pipe bowl is in the shape of a man's head and the body is painted in green, yellow and blue.
Two examples of the same pipe bowl were found, both decorated with a ship on one side and a strange figure on the other, later identified as a crude representation of Britannia, dating from around 1800-1830.
$10,200 Great Lakes Calumet Pipe Stem with Catlinite Pipe Bowl From the Collection of Jim Ritchie (1938-2015), Toledo, Ohio.