. s. f.
Petit tuyau de terre cuite ou d'autre matière, dont un des bouts est recourbé et terminé par une espèce de petit vase qu'on appelle Fourneau, et dans lequel on met du tabac en feuille, ou quelque autre substance, qu'on allume pour en aspirer la fumée. Remplir sa pipe de tabac. Mettre du tabac dans sa pipe. Charger une pipe.   Allumer sa pipe, Allumer le tabac qui est dans le fourneau de la pipe.  Fumer une pipe, Prendre en fumée autant de tabac qu'il en peut tenir dans une pipe. Il fume sa pipe tous les matins. Fumer deux pipes, trois pipes.

L'Academie francaise. 1835.

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