I generally smoke a pipeful of tobacco before taking up the trail, to give the animal time to lie down.
You havent got a pipeful of tobacco you could spare, have you, Jim?
Looking over when he had finished that pipeful––I had not drawn my curtain––he caught my eyes on him.
Why, that morning he had given me a pipeful out of it, and had then returned it to his pocket!
I would have pawned my coat for a pipeful; ay, and I have pawned for it.
He sliced off a pipeful of tobacco and pulled an ember from the fire.
Now I'm wondering if the fellow it's intended for can always muster up a pipeful of tobacco!
A bystander, languidly cutting up a pipeful of tobacco, jerked his elbow down the road.
And he touched the lighted match to the pipeful of black tobacco.
Then he laughed, drew forth his pipe and a piece of tobacco, and proceeded to cut a pipeful with his knife.