Chibouque in a sentence

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Definition of Chibouque

  • A Turkish pipe, usually with a mouthpiece of amber, a stem, four or five feet long and not pliant, of some valuable wood, and a bowl of baked clay.

How to use chibouque in a sentence. Chibouque pronunciation.

I think of the time when the Kaftan's crime Our love's young joys o'ertook, And thy name still floats in the plaintive notes Of my silver-toned chibouque.
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And Cuthbert brought the chibouque to his uncle's side.
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On seeing the boys come in, he at once made places for them beside him on the divan, where he sat on a pile of cushions smoking a long chibouque, with a coffee-cup beside him on a little tray, that also contained sweetmeats, from which he took an occasional sip in the intervals, when he removed the stem of his pipe from his lips and emitted a vast volume of tobacco-smoke in one long puff.
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But the grand-looking Turk is still on deck, reclining on his cushions; the slaves are still about, filling and refilling his long chibouque, on whose golden mouth-piece brilliants are seen glittering.
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He is a splendid servant, and knows how to color the chibouque, and how to wait on his master with soft words.
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Black female slaves fan him with fans made of peacock-feathers; others, on their knees, fill his chibouque, while he reclines on his cushions, smoking and dreamily gazing at the beautifully-attired female slaves who dance before him.
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Before going to sleep she called me to her bedside and told me to bear her greeting to her father; and to say to him that she hoped to be entirely recovered by tomorrow morning, and would come down to breakfast to hand you, my master, your coffee and chibouque.
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She had told him, through her servant, the evening before, that she would come to him early in the morning, to hand him his coffee and chibouque.
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A quarter of an hour later Tschorbadji Hassan, with a startled and sorrowful expression of countenance entered the room where Cousrouf Pacha lay reclining on his soft cushions, dreamily smoking his chibouque.
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He spoke to his wife in more gentle and cordial tones; and instead of repairing, as was his custom, to a coffee-house, where merchants assembled and exchanged their views and opinions, smoked the chibouque together, and discussed the news received from foreign countries, he remained at home in the family circle.
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He lay on the divan, smoking his chibouque.
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He bowed profoundly before Cousrouf, and seemed delighted when invited to seat himself beside the pacha on the divan, and smoke the chibouque with him.
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Cousrouf, who lay stretched out on his silken cushions, smoking his chibouque, looked up at her through the clouds of smoke that enveloped him as she entered the room.
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Cousrouf bounds from his seat, hurls from him his chibouque, and quickly girds on his sword.
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Taher Pacha, reclining on Cousrouf s cushions and smoking his chibouque, receives Mohammed with lively manifestations of delight.
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I was enjoying my evening chibouque with the best Ghebbelli tobacco, that soothes many anxieties.
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According to Turkish etiquette, a handsome chibouque, trimmed with blue silk and gold, was handed to him.
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That evening, after we had dined, and I was smoking my customary chibouque, Kabba Rega astonished me by an impromptu visit; he was as usual attended by some of his followers armed with muskets.
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From the most frequented of these quays, a cafe painted green and built on piles, makes out into the water, like that cafe of the Golden Horn where I have smoked so many chibouques; watching the sea-birds fly.
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You might ask widely for what you needed, for study or for play, and you would find it, though it were a deep divan of Osiat or a chibouque from Stamboul-you would find it in one of these simple whitewashed halls.
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Examples of Chibouque

Example #1
He thought that he simulated, but he is really insane-insane at this very instant.
Example #2
There are the poor men and humble-the pashas and judges and the others of the Medjidie, as thee said, are not poor.
Example #3
In another minute the old man was smoking as gravely as any Turk.
Example #4
This method of consuming tobacco was another eccentricity.
Example #5
Tom's description of him hit him off exactly; he was decidedly "a jolly old Turk"-nothing more nor less.
Example #6
He had a round, good-humoured face, that told as plainly as face could tell that he was no ascetic, or rigid Mussulman bound to the edicts of the Koran, but one who liked good living as well as most folk.