drainpipe

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  • noun

Synonyms for drainpipe

a pipe through which liquid is carried away

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We can make limbs from drainpipe material for PS30 and provide them free to those in need.
The new technology is being used in the production of water drainpipes for Opel automobiles as a substitute for a rubber-based blow-molding process that Teklas previously used for Opel.
She is buried next to her parents in the chancel of nearby Holy Trinity Church, which also had lead drainpipes worth pounds 6,000 stolen days before the Hall's Croft theft was reported to police during November.
If this doesn't work, try using a 'plumber's auger' inserted into the drainpipes to loosen and pull or push out the debris.
Maybe he still yearns for the good old days and those smelly drainpipes.
The patterned drainpipes at Berwick Parish Church were dismantled and taken by thieves in a night-time raid.
7 Stir International PVC-u drainpipe and gutter paint with a stick to ensure an even colour and finish.
After the 1950s, drainpipes became the look for rock 'n' roll's trendiest men, most notably Mick Jagger in the 1960s.
Great for a night out are George's washed black skinny leg trousers, pounds 18, at Asda; Miss Selfridge's black sateen drainpipes, pounds 30, and River Island's black velvet trousers, pounds 34.
Utilitarian details such as eaves, gutters or drainpipes do not impinge on the spooky purity of the abstract volumes.
They joined the Urban Strawberry Junk orchestra to transform drainpipes, prosthetic limbs and car wheels into musical instruments.
The 31-year-old model showed off her famous curves in her trademark figure-hugging drainpipes.
Swansea council ordered the night-time move after office windows and drainpipes at Morriston Cemetery were damaged.
The one thing I won't be doing again is trying to climb up any drainpipes.
It addresses points such as keeping intruders from climbing drainpipes and getting adequate insurance.