alphabet

Pipe

Definition of pipe:

part of speech: noun

Piper.

part of speech: noun

Any long hollow tube; as, iron pipe; a tube of clay, wood, etc., with a bowl at one end for smoking tobacco; as much tobacco as the bowl will hold; a wine measure equal to two hogsheads, or 105 imperial gallons, or 126 wine- gallons; a high- pitched voice; as, the pipe of a child; the note or call of a bird or insect; a musical wind- instrument consisting of a hollow tube, as a flute.

part of speech: verb

To play upon a pipe: to whistle.

part of speech: noun

A musical wind instrument consisting of a long tube: any long tube: a tube of clay, etc., with a bowl at one end for smoking tobacco: a cask containing two hhds.

part of speech: verb

To play on a pipe; whistle.

part of speech: noun

A tube; wind instrument; bowl and tube for smoking; large cask.

part of speech: verb

To play on a musical wind- instrument; as, to pipe a tune; to utter in a high key; as, to pipe a song; to furnish with pipes, or tubes, as to pipe a house for water; to carry through a tube; as, to pipe water into a city.

part of speech: verb

To play on the musical instrument called a pipe; to utter a shrill sound; to whistle.

part of speech: verb

To play on a pipe: to call with a pipe, as on board ships.

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