At three she went upstairs to change her tea-gown for the drive to Intra.
"So you got the tea-gown as a plank to save them," Oliver grinned.
Sylvia laid the tea-gown on the bed, and turned to the trunk again.
The awkwardness left her and she forgot the fripperies of the tea-gown that so embarrassed her.
She was a delicate woman who, petted and made much of, might have allowed herself an occasional headache and a tea-gown existence.
Mrs. Gordon rose languidly, her tea-gown trailing behind her.
For her a tea-gown and satin slippers are in order, as they would be under similar conditions on her furnished porch.
Antonia was clad in a tea-gown–Aurora thought it was a wrapper.
There was in it the description of a tea-gown worn by Mrs. Titus W. Trout which she believed was within her dressmaking capacity.
I always drive before dinner, and I cannot go out in a tea-gown.