Flock to this beautiful tea house to get a taste of authentic Japanese teas and sweets.
The teas were sold to great advantage, and the whole matter was taken fairly into consideration.
Come on, for dear sake, and have your teas, the whole of yous!
The Collector unequivocally and finally refused to grant his ship a clearance until it should be discharged of the teas.
His society was requested at teas, at afternoon as well as evening gatherings.
It was one continuous round of lunches, teas, receptions, and weekends which left me no time to myself.
Afternoon teas are less formal and less elaborate than receptions.
She had seen her really only at teas, with the Stanley strain in her uppermost.
Yes, two teas and one roll and butter—no, I mean, one roll and butter and two teas!
He wore a corset to keep his hips small, and stood up at teas and receptions with an almost military carriage.
1650s, earlier chaa (1590s, from Portuguese cha), from Malay teh and directly from Chinese (Amoy dialect) t'e, in Mandarin ch'a. First known in Paris 1635, the practice of drinking tea was first introduced to England 1644.
The distribution of the different forms of the word reflects the spread of use of the beverage. The modern English form, along with French thé, Spanish te, German Tee, etc., derive via Dutch thee from the Amoy form, reflecting the role of the Dutch as the chief importers of the leaves (through the Dutch East India Company, from 1610). The Portuguese word (attested from 1550s) came via Macao; and Russian chai, Persian cha, Greek tsai, Arabic shay, and Turkish çay all came overland from the Mandarin form.
Meaning "afternoon meal at which tea is served" is from 1738. Slang meaning "marijuana" (which sometimes was brewed in hot water) is attested from 1935, felt as obsolete by late 1960s. Tea ball is from 1895.
A touchdown (1940s+ Football)