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Answer for the clue "Indian tea", 4 letters:
Alternative clues for the word chai
Spiced Indian tea
Spiced milk tea
Non-coffee order at Starbucks
Indian spiced tea
Vanilla ___ (hot drink)
Black tea-and-milk drink
French vintner's shed
Word definitions for chai in dictionaries
Word definitions in Wiktionary
n. A beverage made with black tea, steamed milk and sweet spices based loosely on Indian recipes
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
Word definitions in Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
"tea," 1919, from the Russian or Arabic word for "tea" (see tea , and compare cha ). Now used especially of spiced teas.
Word definitions in Wikipedia
Chai ( "living" ) is a Hebrew word that figures prominently in modern Jewish culture ; the Hebrew letters of the word are often used as a visual symbol. According to the secular, socialist affiliated The Jewish Daily Forward , its use as an amulet is very...
Usage examples of chai.
Khitu and Chai came to the foot of the steps, flanks heaving as though they had been running hard.
Khitu and Chai with you to help you settle in, and they can bring the launch back.
Erase Khitu and Chai, and Kettrick vanishes as though he had never returned to Ree Darva, leaving only Seri and Larith to remember in discreet silence.
It was the first time in his life that anyone had tried to murder him, and that was enough to make him angry, but the business of Khitu and Chai really made him see red.
He explained to Chai that he had broken a human law and that if men saw him they would take him and put him in a cage.
With Chai beside him he passed unmolested, into wider and better-lighted streets.
He led Chai through the thronging streets, past shops and marketplaces where the lights never went out, past the joy streets where every sin known to forty breeds of man was available and the sunlight never came in, past theaters and gambling halls and certain obscure buildings where no one was admitted except those of one particular race and only the members of those races knew what went on in them.
He kicked his way resolutely upward through an accumulation of trash, and small weird beasties that yipped and hissed and scuttled for doorways at the sight of Chai, and numbers of small blue-skinned children who howled and scuttled for doorways at the sight of Chai.
He had barely enough strength left for the ritual knock, and then he bent and went in, with Chai behind him doubled down on all fours to get under the lintel.
They were all stripped to their sweating skins, except for Chai, who sat as close to Kettrick as she could get, her gray fur lank and her jaws wide open as she breathed.
They ooh-ahed at Chai and left her alone, but the men they half carried, pushing and hurrying along the trail.
They ran together for the woods, Chai with the carven fruits laid across her shoulder.
He understood then that Nillaine had drawn a hidden knife and tried to kill him, and that Chai had slapped it away in the bare nick of time.
They hurried along it, and now Chai carried the pillar club dragging from one hand because it caught in the creepers above and on both sides.
He started out across the landing field with Chai, running over the black scars of old flames, stumbling on calcined rock and ridges of glassy slag like cheap obsidian, flawed and stained.