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stovepipe

a pipe that serves as a flue to a stove

stovepipe

[′stōv‚pīp]
(engineering)
Large-diameter pipe made of sheet steel.

stovepipe

A metal pipe for conducting smoke, gases, etc., from a stove to a chimney flue.
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area convenience stores while dressed in a black topcoat, a stovepipe hat, a fake gray beard, and wire-rimmed glasses.
At stroke of Midnight, pale Francesco lifts his tall stovepipe hat (bright diagrams of the starry galaxies inscribed
His stovepipe hat upon his head, a false beard on his chin, the Lesser Known slumps dramatically in his chair for each new satisfied customer.
Its remaining members wanted a safe haven for its memorabilia and donated a stovepipe hat, fire horn, funeral ribbon, hat-band and cape to the company.
Hemlock, you could putlifts in your shoes or wear a stovepipe hat.
Then the poor little mite gets accidentally walloped across the chops by a saluting soldier with such force she loses her stovepipe hat.
From stovepipe hat to shoulders stooped by the woes of a nation divided, Daniel Day-Lewis (above) is every inch the Great Emancipator in a tough but tender portrait for the ages.
Ms Siencyn, from Talgarreg, Ceredigion, is a former deputy chief executive of Academi, and I can only presume she is as Welsh as Max Boyce, in a stovepipe hat, with a daffodil in one hand and a leek in the other, singing a rousing rendition of Sospan Fach.
Out with the oompah band and in with a quartet of harpists, while the lederhosen and Alpine headgear would have to give way to an apron and stovepipe hat.
He was a red-nosed drunk with a twisted stovepipe hat and soon was seen on everything from silver matchboxes to clothes and watches.
Greer wore a black suit and stovepipe hat to the meeting, as he occasionally does when addressing the City Council on issues he believes are of national importance.