Definition of Chibouques

1. chibouque [n] - See also: chibouque



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Chibouques

chiaus
chiaused
chiauses
chiausing
chiavennite
chib
chibbed
chibbing
chibi
chibis
chibol
chibols
chibouk
chibouks
chibouque
chibouques (current term)
chibs
chic
chica
chicalote
chicalotes
chicana
chicanas
chicane
chicaned
chicaner
chicaneries
chicaners
chicanery
chicanes

Literary usage of Chibouques

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1. The Howadji in Syria by George William Curtis (1852)
"The merchant spreads for us a prayer-carpet from Bagdad, or a Persian rug, upon which we seat ourselves, while chibouques are lighted, and a small, ..."

2. Nile Notes of a Howadji by George William Curtis (1852)
"chibouques and dozy donkeys, a sleeping old man, and low whispering boys, scare not the spirits that haunt these ..."

3. Shores of the Mediterranean: With Sketches of Travel by Francis Schroeder (1846)
"I remembered lady friends to the number of thirteen; and we bought caps, chibouques, amber mouth-pieces, dressing gowns, patterns of Persian worked ..."

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