high tea

noun British.
a late afternoon or early evening meal similar to a light supper.

Origin:
1825–35

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high tea
 
n
(Brit) See tea

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Example sentences
The restaurant is nonsmoking and offers a full bar, private rooms, high tea and
  wheelchair access for disabled patrons.
It is both observation lounge and dining venue offering specialties from the
  ship's main restaurants as well as daily high tea.
The first day, enjoy high tea, take a walk into the bush and view animals from
  the camp deck at night.
The golf course invites players, and the dining room serves high tea.
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