Dave spilled him as easily as he might have a tea-wagon laden with dishes.
He was pushing before him a tea-wagon of wonderful design and craftsmanship.
He had darted from his chair, brushed by the tea-wagon, ignoring its rattle and the perilous tipping of cups.
Alice wheeled the tea-wagon out on the porch, and the four spent a merry half hour together.
I ain't got to the tea-wagon stage myself, but I've seen 'em out at Rockywold and them places.
He was pushin' the tea-wagon in front of him, and in the top of that, with just his legs and arms stickin' out, was Babbitt.