A York and Lancaster in her hair, a tea-rose in her bosom, and she was ready.
She brought the tea-rose to earth with a bang, and stood like a soldier at attention.
I even forgave her for her tea-rose slippers, which in her excitement she had omitted to change.
Your bouquet is to be cream-coloured, too, with just a tea-rose or so.
The tea-rose cloud had disappeared entirely; only its poor counterfeit remained.
This oil, which has what is generally termed a "tea-rose odour," is occasionally used as an adulterant for otto of rose.
It is a solid soft pink mass, and it tastes just as a tea-rose smells.
Cover with champagne, thoroughly chilled, and sprinkle with tea-rose petals.
Claire has a tea-rose, but she didn't plant it; Ben has an iris, but I don't want it.
Rosa odoràta, or tea-rose, celebrated in this country for its fragrance being similar to fine Hyson tea.