Definition of Nargilehs
1. nargileh [n] - See also: nargileh
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Nargilehs
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Literary usage of Nargilehs
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Tent and Testament: A Camping Tour in Palestine by Herbert Rix (1907)
"Beside the road was a platform of stone, on which were placed a number of four-legged stools, several nargilehs. and a small charcoal stove. ..."
2. Syria from the Saddle by Albert Payson Terhune (1896)
"Open-air cafes, where liquor and nargilehs are served on marble- topped tables, are plentiful, and look like colorless reflections of the Parisian boulevard ..."
3. Many Lands and Many People (1875)
"The attempts to matriculate in Eastern styles of smoking were laudatory but ridiculous, and the water-pipes (nargilehs) gave forth bubble-bubble, ..."
4. The Journal of Geography by National Council of Geography Teachers (U.S.) (1906)
"Shops of the sort, including venders of dress goods, silk, filigrees of better quality, nargilehs and embroideries, line one steeply ascending thoroughfare, ..."
5. Greece: Handbook for Travellers by Karl Baedeker (Firm), Karl Baedeker (1894)
"Those offered for sale in the smaller towns are generally very bad. — nargilehs or Water Pipes, in which a peculiar kind of Persian tobacco ..."