American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. Chiefly British A cup of tea.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A cup; specifically, ecclesiastical, the bowl or cup of a chalice or of a ciborium.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. British a cup of tea.
- n. a cup of tea
- Ellipsis with elision of cup of tea. (Wiktionary)
- Short for cuppa tea, alteration of cup of tea. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“During practice, it got away from Miles and smashed into a tree, an obstacle so rare at Sebring that the team modified his nickname "Teddy Teabagger" - based on his fondness for his afternoon "cuppa" - to "Teddy Treebagger.”
“For matriarch Sarah Kahn a glorious performance by Samantha Spiro, a cuppa is a panacea.”
“VAN MARSH: In a country famous for its high tea, there's new speculation that the British tradition of a cuppa was the clandestine cover to kill a former Russian spy in London.”
“ALFONZO VAN MARSH, CNN CORRESPONDENT (voice-over): Reporter: in a country famous for its high tea, there is new speculation that the British tradition of a cuppa was the clandestine cover to kill a former Russian spy in London.”
“But when did we all start making that delicious black liquid brown? free download) 1922 volume "All About Coffee" by William H. Ukers, it was a Dutch ambassador in 1660 who first had the bright idea to mix nature's liquid candy with the life-giving elixir we know as a cuppa joe.”
“Hayley's mother told Wales on Sunday that having the Hoff round for a cuppa was a "surreal" experience.”
“But the main event wasn't just about having a "cuppa" together.”
“I always love looking at your posts in the morning with my "cuppa" and oogling your lovely photographs.”
“Famous for their love of a good "cuppa", the British introduced the beverage to Canada when they began its colonization.”
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