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water pipe

noun as in pipe through which water moves

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How to keep your carpets looking guest-readyInsulate pipesIf you have bare water pipes running through your crawl space, attic, basement or other accessible place, this is a good time to insulate them.

Well, the majority of insurance claims in winter months revolve around broken or busted water pipes.

The right demo tools allow for precision because swinging a sledgehammer through a water pipe or guiding a reciprocating saw through an electrical cable will end the fun in a hurry.

It means insulating and replacing water pipes to withstand the cold.

Searches for burst and frozen water pipes are spiking in Texas, Oklahoma, Kansas and Arkansas.

“This man never says anything new,” said Mahmoud Ghanim, adding a pinch of sweet-smelling tobacco to his water pipe.

Thus A laid a water pipe by permission across B's land who afterward rendered the pipe useless by cutting it.

He had taken quite naturally to the Turkish tobacco, and the national mode of smoking it through a chibouque, or water-pipe.

There is a rain-water pipe going up the side of the house, close to the window.

He stopped at the house of Lal Singh, the shoemaker, whom he found drowsing over his water pipe.

Beside these, twenty miles of water-pipe travel up and down the corridors to supply culinary and domestic needs.


On this page you'll find 11 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to water pipe, such as: plumbing, water main, conduit, hookah, hubble-bubble, and kalian.

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