Definition of Chibouques
1. chibouque [n] - See also: chibouque
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Chibouques
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Literary usage of Chibouques
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
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 ..."