English version

blowpipe

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Weapons
blowpipeblow‧pipe /ˈbləʊpaɪp $ ˈbloʊ-/ noun [countable] 🔊 🔊 PMWa tube through which you can blow a small stone, arrow etc, used as a weapon
Examples from the Corpus
blowpipeThe drape billowed and a tiny figure crept stealthily out, a blowpipe raised to its hideous lips.Walking starkers through the forest, incredibly agile, never get tired, killed a monkey in a tree with a blowpipe.Deer trail fresh, maybe catch deer along blowpipe.Jehana was fitting a dart into the blowpipe.Just like humans, they go hunting with their blowpipes and they erect snares and traps in the jungle.
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