I wondered as I preceded him downstairs what had happened to the little lady in the tea-shop.
A motor-'bus entered a tea-shop, and layIn some need of repair.
He was back in the tea-shop, listening to the woman who spoke of terrible things.
Would it make her days in the tea-shop—and out of it—easier?
Emerging from the theatre, borne on the outgoing stream, I presently found myself opposite the door of a tea-shop.
"You mustn't say that kind of thing in a tea-shop," said Julian, severely.
The "tea-shop" sold other commodities, such as a glass of port.
She had already confided the fact of her former meeting with him in the tea-shop.
I did not choose to repeat Rose Waterford's parting reference to a girl from a tea-shop.
I felt that it would be a matter of extraordinary relief if everyone in that tea-shop knew the secret of the Blue Germ.