Brosy,' she called after him, 'bring the tea-basket out as well.
Hither did I drag up a tea-basket and a heavy rug for Emily's mother, while Emily and a little friend went on in front.
They had their tea out of an English tea-basket, and bread and butter from the buffet, and were independent of supper stations.
Terry and Maida laid the table with the dishes from the tea-basket, and a few more found in neighbouring cupboards.
The car was stopped, the tea-basket got out, and who so indispensable as the late despised Brown?
But his face was rather white as he knelt down to lift out the tea-basket, and he, too, was breathing quickly.
They had brought a tea-basket with them, but there were no chairs on which to sit, no table to hold the cups and saucers.
Wedged in between us was the tea-basket, rattling inharmoniously, but preventing our slipping together in sloping places.
We had tea made in my tea-basket and cold turkey, the remains of Sunday dinner.
Good thing we chose from among our wedding gifts the chafing-dish and the tea-basket to bring along on our journey.