Did you perchance mean teatime?
- n. Alternative form of teatime.
“A lot of people will be looking to Paris at tea-time tomorrow to see whether Marc Lièvremont has got the show back on the road or whether Scotland are the force they promise to be.”
“You can use it to shoot to Europe, drop hellfire, then head back sonically whilst attending therapy – and all before tea-time.”
“That said, I'm pleased to see you acknowledge that some topics aren't right for a Saturday tea-time programme, because the classic deflection of anyone criticising Doctor Who is to argue that "kids understand a lot more than you think".”
“It's one thing to see a human brain sliced out and inserted into a Cyberman's body in fact, I'd say it's an essential part of a rounded upbringing; but a mother in weeping despair over a stolen baby would just be too raw and too real for Saturday tea-time.”
“In this morning's Daily Mail a story parroted yesterday in the Mill's rather downmarket apparently humorous tea-time email cousin the Fiver about Glen Johnson taking a sponsored language course in Spanish is used as an excuse for claiming he's going to sign for Real Madrid in January.”
“But regarding the media circus that put it's tent up outside Westminster Tuesday tea-time after the Speaker's resignation announcement, I was agahst that the ITV 6.30 News absolutely trounced the BBC's 6.00 O clock coverage.”
“The chocolate biscuit or cookie cake, based on a royal recipe and a tea-time favorite of William's, will be made by Paul Courtney for McVitie's Cake Company, famous for its tea biscuits and wedding cakes for royals.”
“Even the main premise of the show is built upon the concept of existential salvation: the idea that one day this wonderful being will drop out of the sky to rescue us from the crippling tedium of adult life, to make us believe that there is more to existence than work, bills and over-thinking popular tea-time television shows.”
“This never happened to me – he didn't have a motorised wheelchair in those days – but I well recall one occasion when I made a remark in the maths common room at tea-time that showed that I had misunderstood what he'd been saying.”
“The tea-time lasted for more than eight hours and Beifeng reports on the process via twitter.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘tea-time’.
Words that, as I see it, have some fond connection to the Alice stories through their creation or particular use by Lewis Carroll. I mean to tie them all together with contexty comments!
Looking for tweets for tea-time.