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Alternative clues for the word tea

Chai ___

People often strain to make it

Herbal soother

Earl Grey, e.g.

One may be high at 5:00

Gunpowder, e.g.

_____ service

Bohea, e.g.

It's in the bag

Society event

Japanese drink

4:00 function

Tetley product

British break

4:00 gathering

It may be high in the afternoon


Leaves in the pot

Leaves at 4:00?

Sri Lanka export

Wonderland drink

4:00, in Kent

Jetsam of 1773

This is popular in spots


Sympathy's partner

It may be black or green

Genteel affair

Iced ___

Coffee alternative

Parlor drink

It may be in the bag

Kind of service

Sri Lankan export

Samovar serving

Hot spot, in lunch counter lingo

Old-fashioned cold remedy

Oolong, for one

Break beverage

After-dinner offering

Steeped beverage

Kind of cozy

It's served in spots

1773 jetsam

Flight attendant's offering

It may be taken in spots

Kind of garden

Society affair

Darjeeling or oolong

It may be spiced

Leaves in the afternoon?

It may be served in spots

Caffeine source

Drink in a cup

Hatter affair

Genteel event

4:00 affair

Lipton product

Leaves in a bag

A cuppa

Part of a baby bottle

It may be iced or spiced

Social service?

Kind of party

Drink "for two"

Brewer's brew

It may be brewing

Word with caddy or bag

See 15-Across

Word with black or green

Twinings product

Oolong or pekoe

First product of 53-Down

Social event

Afternoon event

See 52-Across

High ___

It may be herbal

Scone's go-with

After-dinner serving

Green brew

Afternoon social

Kind of cart

Good source of antioxidants

What's brewing, perhaps

Something overthrown shortly before the American Revolution

It may be served with crumpets

What some balls are filled with

Garden party, maybe

Gunpowder, for one

Alternative to coffee

Blue mountain ___ (goldenrod)

Leaves for a drink

With 45-Down, beverage dispenser


Mad Hatter's drink

___ rose

With 53-Down, ingredient in some soaps

Product once harbored in Boston?

Bagged leaves

Some like it hot

Britain's ___ Act of 1773

Midafternoon repast

Event at which some people wear gloves

4:00 drink

What the Hatter and the March Hare drank

Celestial Seasonings product

Chinese export

Leaves after dinner?

1773 jetsam in Boston Harbor

"___ With Mussolini" (Zeffirelli film)

Leaves with a caddy?

Earl Grey, for one

Black or green drink

Beverage often served with sugar or lemon

Samovar beverage

Lemon ___

Leaves in hot water

Afternoon affair

Hot spot?

Social type

Reason for a service break at Wimbledon?

Afternoon meal, across the pond

What the Mad Hatter pours on the Dormouse to wake it up

___ Party movement

Breakfast cupful

Crumpet's go-with

Lipton drink

Kind of party for Glenn Beck?

___ Party

Quaint get-together

It may be green or black

Caddy's contents

Pekoe, e.g.

Genteel gathering

Leoni of "Tower Heist"

Subject of a 1773 Act of Parliament

It may come in loose-leaf form

Weak ___

Afternoon reception

Bangladesh export

After-dinner order

White-glove affair

Bled for a social affair, perhaps

Leaves on a trolley, say

Event with crumpets

Boston Harbor jetsam

___ Party (modern political group)

Boston ___ Party

What a caddy may hold

Spot in the afternoon?

Samovar contents

Serving in Japanese ceremonies

Word before set or service

Word with black or blended

Crumpets go-with

Nonalcoholic brew

Tan breakfast beverage

Sleepytime ___

Serving at a Chinese restaurant

Contents of some chests

Drink that's steeped

___ cozy

Instant ___

Women's club event

Drink often served with a lemon wedge

Social gathering

Lipton offering

Scones go-with

Drink with crumpets

Spot of ___

Pekoe, for one

Breakfast spot?

Iced or spiced item

Refreshment for Jane Marple

Russians call it "chai"

Congou or sunglo

"Sympathy" partner

English ritual

Don Meredith's quaff

Kind of party given by Sam Adams et al.

Darjeeling, e.g.

Bohea or congou

An infusion

Mythical Irish queen

Type of bag

Souchong or hyson

Hyson or oopak

Spanish torch

Assam, e.g.

Hyson, e.g.

Earl Grey is one

Brew in 20 Across

British ritual

Cachar, e.g.

Elevenses, in England

P.M. refreshment

Hyson is one

Oolong, e.g.

Tcha or Twankay

Gowiddie is one

High time in Hampshire?

Caddy contents

Famed cargo of Boston

Sunglo, e.g.

A social

Hyson or bohea

"___ and Sympathy," Anderson play

Pekoe or hyson

Twankay is one

Englishman's char

Leaves in the cup

4:00 social

Chow mein chaser

Red Rose, e.g.

Indian export

Cause of a restaurant stir?

Kind of bag

Brighton break

Revolutionary party jetsam


Afternoon gathering

Jasmine or twankay

Hyson or souchong

Cha or bohea

Export from Calcutta

"___ and Sympathy"

British collation

See 85 Across

Cachar on congou

Jasmine, e.g.

Orange pekoe

"___ and Sympathy," 1953 hit

Bancha is one

Kind of dance or party

Historic Boston jetsam

Drink with one lump or two

Congou, e.g.

Souchong, for one

Samovar brew

Tisane, e.g.

Word with pot or party

Wonderland party

Kind of table or wagon

Brew in a bag

Boston jetsam: Dec. 16, 1773

Gunpowder or hyson

Jetsam for Sam Adams's men

Shipment from China

"___ for Two"

Light meal, in London

Scone companion

Oopak is one

Crumpets' partner


Home brew

Boston jetsam: 1773

Boston jetsam

Afternoon party

Hyson or kat

British worker's "cuppa char"

Kind of cup or bag

Light afternoon meal

Assam or twankay

Kind of room or time

Pekoe or hyson, e.g.

Lapsang souchong, e.g.

Cambric ___ (hot drink)

Yerba mate

Twankay, e.g.

Elevenses in Elstree

Elevenses in London

Kind of wagon or pot

Congou or cachar

Kind of rose or party


Hyson, for one

Jasmine is one

Oopak or hyson

Export from Malawi

High or iced


Something for two

It's often for two

Occasion for two

English break

Kind of tray

Hyson or Assam

Souchong is one

Bohea or bancha

Assam, for one

Gunpowder or Twankay

Gowiddie, e.g.

___ caddy

Word definitions for tea in dictionaries

Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English Word definitions in Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
noun COLLOCATIONS FROM OTHER ENTRIES a coffee/tea break ▪ How about a coffee break? a cream tea British English (= tea with small cakes called scones, that you eat with cream and jam ) a tea cup ( also teacup ) ▪ Mum put a tea cup and saucer on the table....

The Collaborative International Dictionary Word definitions in The Collaborative International Dictionary
Tea \Tea\ (t[=e]), n. [Chin. tsh[=a], Prov. Chin. te: cf. F. th['e].] The prepared leaves of a shrub, or small tree ( Thea Chinensis or Camellia Chinensis ). The shrub is a native of China, but has been introduced to some extent into some other countries....

Wiktionary Word definitions in Wiktionary
n. 1 (context uncountable English) The dried leaves or buds of the tea plant, ''http://en.wikipedi org/wiki/Camellia%20sinensis''. 2 (context uncountable English) The drink made by infuse these dried leaves or buds in hot water. v 1 To drink tea. 2 To take...

Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary Word definitions in Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
1650s, tay , also in early spellings thea , tey , tee and at first pronounced so as to rhyme with obey ; the modern pronunciation predominates from mid-18c. But earlier in English as chaa (1590s), also cha , tcha , chia , cia . The two forms of the word...

WordNet Word definitions in WordNet
n. a beverage made by steeping tea leaves in water; "iced tea is a cooling drink" a light midafternoon meal of tea and sandwiches or cakes; "an Englishman would interrupt a war to have his afternoon tea" [syn: afternoon tea , teatime ] dried leaves of the...

Gazetteer Word definitions in Gazetteer
Population (2000): 1742 Housing Units (2000): 600 Land area (2000): 0.605323 sq. miles (1.567779 sq. km) Water area (2000): 0.000000 sq. miles (0.000000 sq. km) Total area (2000): 0.605323 sq. miles (1.567779 sq. km) FIPS code: 63100 Located within: South...

Wikipedia Word definitions in Wikipedia
Tea is an aromatic beverage commonly prepared by pouring hot or boiling water over cured leaves of the Camellia sinensis , an evergreen shrub native to Asia. After water, it is the most widely consumed drink in the world. There are many different types...

Usage examples of tea.

A letter from Caroline Derby, who had joined with Helen the previous May in organizing the tea for the kindergarten, conveyed an affectionate message to Helen from Mrs.

We paid with a sheaf of Afghanis, drank the tea his sweating assistant had brought, and parted from him on a wave of mutual good wishes.

Persons of a lymphatic or bilious temperament often find that coffee disagrees with them, aggravating their troubles and causing biliousness, constipation, and headache, while tea proves agreeable and beneficial.

He had, through it all, clung to his bag of Chips Ahoy cookies, and now he slipped one from the bag, and dunked it into his tea.

Seregil paced restlessly around the dining room as Alec wolfed down his sausage and tea.

Elizabeth Ames knew that when the carriage door shut, when the last instructions were shouted out of the window, and when the frantically waving handkerchief disappeared in a cloud of dust, she would go inside, kick off her shoes, and succumb to the bliss of a cup of tea in the middle of the day.

Ako brought in the tray of tea and two cups and poured, and Gyoko left, again apologizing for disturbing him.

Tielen aquavit and a pot of mint tea on a tray, which she placed on the little table near the fire.

Jenna got back, Mac Ard was sitting at the table with a plate of boiled potatoes, mutton, and bread, and a mug of tea in front of him.

Cash, a younger friend of George Eliot, and took tea with two most interesting, old ladies--one 82, and the other 80--who had befriended the famous authoress when she was poor and stood almost alone.

I shall probably never have need, for I shall never become a great authoress, help me to serve the tea, will you?

I ought to ave taken im up some of me jam turnovers for is afternoon cup of tea.

Then he had Samae serve them tea and cakes while they watched the guards strike the camp, everything but the awning and the carpet under which the two sat.

Ducking inside, she found the rider, Berelain, sipping tea with Amys and Bair and Sorilea, all stretched out on bright, tasseled cushions.

Beside him, in the ashes of the dead fire, with a half-consumed damper and a piece of roasted bandicoot, stood the empty billy which had held the drugged tea.