Definition of Calabash pipe
1. Noun. A pipe for smoking; has a curved stem and a large bowl made from a calabash gourd.
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Literary usage of Calabash pipe
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1. The Tobacco Worker by Tobacco Workers International Union (1907)
"THE calabash pipe. When the British Army was in South Africa during the late war, and the "Queen's ... The calabash pipe is the result of their labours, ..."
2. Monthly Consular and Trade Reports by United States Bureau of Manufactures (1906)
"Smokers who have used the calabash pipe agree that it gives a special ... I am forwarding a specimen of a calabash pipe in a half-completed stage and a ..."
3. Bulletin by United States Bureau of Plant Industry (1908)
"Within the past five years there has come Into very general use In South Africa a pipe made from the calabash. Pipe smokers who have used this calabash pipe ..."
4. Forty Years of 'Spy,' by Leslie Ward (1915)
"The whole time I watched him he paced the room like a caged animal, smoking a very large calabash pipe and telling amusing stories. ..."
5. Somewhere in Red Gap by Harry Leon Wilson (1916)
"He took two, crumpled the tobacco from the papers and stuffed it into his calabash pipe. "Sure is he a murderer! A tough one, too." The speaker moved round ..."