Definition of Tea gown

1. Noun. A long loose-fitting gown formerly popular for wear at afternoon tea.

Generic synonyms: Gown



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Tea Gown

tea ceremonies
tea ceremony
tea chest
tea cloth
tea cosey
tea cosies
tea cosy
tea cozey
tea cozie
tea cozies
tea cozy
tea dance
tea dances
tea family
tea garden
tea gown (current term)
tea house
tea houses
tea jenny
tea kettle
tea leaf
tea leaves
tea light
tea maker
tea napkin
tea pad
tea parlor
tea parlour
tea parties
tea party

Literary usage of Tea gown

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1. A Treasury of American Verse by Walter Learned, H. C. Edwards, Thomas McIlvaine (1897)
"THE TEA-GOWN. MY lady has a tea-gown That is wondrous fair to see,— It is flounced and ruffed and plaited and purled, As a tea-gown ought to be ; And I ..."

2. A Vers de Société Anthology by Carolyn Wells (1907)
"THE TEA-GOWN Eugene Field. MY lady has a tea-gown That is wondrous fair to see,— It is flounced and ruffed and plaited and puffed, As a tea-gown ought to be ..."

3. Woman as Decoration by Emily Burbank (1917)
"... and will naturally be a scheme calculated to set off her own particular type. Here we find woman easily made decorative in negligee or tea gown, ..."

4. Woman as Decoration by Emily Burbank (1917)
"... and will naturally be a scheme calculated to set off her own particular type. Here we find woman easily made decorative in negligee or tea gown, ..."

5. The English Illustrated Magazine (1893)
"A picturesque tea-gown is naturally one of the first necessities for any one who wishes to make a successful appearance, during the lazy hour or so which ..."

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