Did you perchance mean teams?
- n. Plural form of tea.
“I get the impression that from most posh tea makers, the idea of medicinal herbal teas is laughable.”
“My list of must-buy-next-time-at-MF teas is already rather long (I might need a special tea cupboard soon, too), but Buddha Bleu has just been added to it.”
“A variety of teas is available at www. englishteastore.com, along with Norfolk Manor biscuits, Currant Scone Mix, English Clotted Cream, and other delicacies.”
“She has invited me to many of her family's events, tells me the town gossip-about the Mexicans and the "extranjeros", makes me teas from the plants in my garden when I don't feel well, she and her family went out looking for my car when it was stolen, etc.”
“My squeezing them in teas and marinades had become quite tiresome for the poor babies.”
“I love trying wonderful new teas from a couple of excellent tea shops here in Toronto - everything smells so amazing.”
“The imagination revives memories of the old Muscovado sugars and syrups, the coffees and spices of the West and East Indies, the Young Hyson and Ceylon teas from the far East and the raisins and other delights dear to our vanished childhood and that of our parents and grandparents.”
“These countries, as you know, export a lot of tea, and we allow teas from the British Empire to enter our country free, from Ceylon and India.”
“I often think the way people try to hide their cowardliness behind their teas is simply beastly.”
“A large trade is also springing up in teas, sugars, and other articles which used to be cheaper in the United States than in Canada, but which are now greatly dearer, on account of the increased duties; and the smuggling is all reversed.”
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