Pipe

“Pipe” gets the “food” tag just as rooms and food storage containers do.  We must note, however, that the use in 14.040 refers to the sound of birds, not to a tool for smoking tobacco.  Word Fans, I’m counting on you to double-check me when it comes time to graph all the food words, that I do not count that instance of “pipe”, and I’m sure many other words to come which have double meanings.  “Clay-pipe” has already been addressed as an uncommon word.

  • 01.006 smoking an enormous long wooden pipe
  • 01.010 And a very fine morning for a pipe of tobacco out of doors,
  • 01.010 If you have a pipe about you,
  • 01.068 and found Thorin with his feet on the fender smoking a pipe.
  • 02.027 and Bilbo’s pipe
  • 04.013 got out their pipes
  • 05.004 After some time he felt for his pipe.
  • 07.116 and he took out his pipe.
  • 14.040 and piping.

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