Definition of pipeful in English:

pipeful

noun

  • See pipe

    • ‘He gets out his stash and begins putting a pipeful together.’
    • ‘For these men, ‘a full meal and a pipeful at the end of a day's labor are enough to banish care and to tinge living with a glow of satisfaction ’.’
    • ‘He was a friendly neighbour and sociable man, always with enough time to smoke a pipeful of good tobacco.’
    • ‘It tasted appropriately archaic, like a library full of old leatherbound books where someone's been smoking a pipeful of something aromatic.’
    • ‘I want you to sit back, kick off your shoes, and light up a pipeful of Bond Street Tobacco so you can relax.’

Pronunciation

pipeful

/ˈpʌɪpfʊl/