Definition of Briar pipe

1. Noun. A pipe made from the root (briarroot) of the tree heath.

Exact synonyms: Briar
Generic synonyms: Pipe, Tobacco Pipe



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Briar Pipe

brewster's angle
brewsterite
brewsters
brey
breyde
breyed
breying
breys
brezilin
brezinaite
brianite
brianroulstonite
brianyoungite
briar pipe (current term)
briard
briards
briared
briarroot
briarroots
briars
briartite
briarwood
briarwoods
bribable
bribe
bribeable
bribed

Literary usage of Briar pipe

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1. The Tobacco Worker by Tobacco Workers International Union (1907)
"According to agreement, the Manhattan briar pipe Company, a New Jersey corporation ... It has acquired the capital stock ($1000) of the Baltimore briar pipe ..."

2. The Connecticut Magazine: An Illustrated Monthly by William Farrand Felch, George C. Atwell, H. Phelps Arms, Frances Trevelyan Miller (1897)
"... shows a pipe of steatite with a long- stem, resembling a modern briar pipe. At the union of bowl with stem is a hole which has been luted with cement, ..."

3. The Connecticut Magazine: An Illustrated Monthly by William Farrand Felch, George C. Atwell, H. Phelps Arms, Frances Trevelyan Miller (1897)
"46 shows a pipe of steatite with a long stem, resembling a modern briar pipe. At the union of bowl with stem is a hole which has been luted with cement, ..."

4. Uncle Walt [Walt Mason] the Poet Philosopher by Walt Mason (1910)
"UPON THE joyous New Year's day I threw my briar pipe away. I said, with conscious rectitude: "The smoking habit's base and lewd; it taints the breath and ..."

5. Adventures of Sherlock Holmes by Arthur Conan Doyle (1900)
"Tn the dim light of the lamp I saw him sitting there, an old briar pipe between his lips, his eyes fixed vacantly upon the corner of the ceiling, ..."

6. Bristol, Connecticut by Eddy N. Smith, George Benton Smith, Allena J. Dates (1907)
"46 shows a pipe of steatite with a long stem, resembling a modern briar pipe. At the union of bowl with stem is a hole which has been luted with cement, ..."

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