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  • n. Cold tea, a beverage.
  • n. A serving of cold tea.

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  • n. strong tea served over ice


iced + tea (Wiktionary)


  • Unsweetened iced tea with a splash about 2 tablespoons of fruit juice

    The Life You Want

  • Kinosling sipped his iced tea and looked about, him approvingly.


  • I picked up my iced tea glass to admire my name spelled out in bright rose.

    Chicken Soup for the Soul: Family Matters

  • After saying “toodly-too bad” out loud, she refilled her iced tea and headed back outside.

    The Welkening

  • They were sitting now in his living room sipping at the iced tea and munching at the gingerbread cookies that Martha Macomber had brought in on a tray.

    Saturday the Rabbi Went Hungry

  • The girls had hot dogs and hamburgers, and instead of asking for t con pesca, iced tea with peach, I asked for t con pesce, iced tea with fish.

    The Italian Summer

  • The Earth Mother has okay food and iced tea so good I order it all year round.

    Futures Imperfect

  • Try a variety of tea: Try making home-brewed iced tea with different types of tea other than plain black — that way you get lots of flavor without any calories, says Jessie Price, food editor of EatingWell magazine.

    Skinny, low-calorie beverages for hot summer days

  • It was during the discussion of the details of this enterprise that Georgie's mother, a short distance down the street, received a few female callers, who came by appointment to drink a glass of iced tea with her, and to meet the Rev.Mr. Kinosling.


  • Back at Leatherarse Gully, in a part of the Whipstick which had escaped the recent fire, we drank iced tea and swam gratefully in the soupy brown waters of the Wolseley dam, clad only in Akubra hats.



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  • Not always. They've got plenty of other cold drinks!

    May 20, 2010

  • Maybe because it is always freezing in Britain.

    August 24, 2008

  • Why the Brits don't have this everywhere is beyond me.

    August 24, 2008