Drainpipe


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Drainpipe

Any pipe used to convey drainage liquids; includes both soil pipes and waste pipes.

drainpipe

1. Any pipe that serves as a drain.
2. Same as downspout.
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His friends initially watched in awe as Arron confidently scaled the plastic drainpipe, but minutes later they were shouting for help when they realised he could not get down.
The one thing I won't be doing again is trying to climb up any drainpipes.
When pipes clog up, it's generally because something gets stuck in them -- a hairball in a dream, leaves in a drainpipe.
A FORMER footballer who shinned up a drainpipe to spy on his ex-girlfriend has been spared jail.
Drainpipe next to flat roof: the combination of a flat roof and a convenient drainpipe can make it all too easy for potential intruders to gain access through upper windows.
First try using the hose directed down the drainpipe to flush out any clogged debris.
Lovelorn Lee Kinson climbed up a drainpipe at his ex-girlfriend's home in an effort to rekindle their relationship.
In September 2005 Michael McNamara, 19, from Meelick in Co Limerick, fell from a drainpipe attached to the Clare Street building.
Did those words 'fall' in the same careless manner as she 'fell' off the drainpipe while trying to cop an eyeful through a window?
The Twang, Bangor University, Friday: Indie rockers (below) in skinny ties and drainpipe jeans make agreeably bouncy if not world-changing noise.
Richard Higgins grabbed Wayne Spencer, 26, who was shinning down his home's drainpipe in the early hours.
Continue to blanch leeks, covering plants with tubes of cardboard or drainpipe.