Definition of Tea wagon

1. Noun. Serving cart for serving tea or light refreshments.

Exact synonyms: Tea Cart, Tea Trolley, Teacart
Generic synonyms: Serving Cart



Definition of Tea wagon

1. Noun. (US) A table on wheels used to take food or drinks from the kitchen to the dining-room. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Tea Wagon

tea sets
tea shop
tea shops
tea strainer
tea strainers
tea table
tea tortrix
tea towel
tea towels
tea tray
tea trays
tea tree
tea trolley
tea trolleys
tea urn
tea wagon (current term)
tea wagons
teabagged
teabaggers
teabaglike
teabags
teaberries
teaberry
teaboard
teaboards
teabowl
teabowls

Literary usage of Tea wagon

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1. "And So They Were Married": A Comedy of the New Woman by Jesse Lynch Williams (1914)
"[A BUTLER and FOOTMAN appear, wheeling a tea-wagon.] Looks as if they were coming out here. HELEN Then I am going in. [Detaining JEAN. ..."

2. Home Furnishing: Facts and Figures about Furniture, Carpets and Rugs, Lamps by George Leland Hunter (1913)
"Leaf-green finish with matting seat. 9. Swamp cedar. ii. Chinese linen. 8. Prairie grass. 0. Wicker desk. 12. Rattan and linen tea-wagon. ..."

3. The History of the Art of Tablesetting: Ancient and Modern, from Anglo-Saxon by Claudia Quigley Murphy (1921)
"The tea- wagon may be used informally by the hostess for such meals as ... In this case the hostess removes to the tea-wagon all the large dishes or ..."

4. Cinema Craftsmanship: A Book for Photoplaywrights by Frances Taylor Patterson (1920)
"The tea- wagon is rolled in by a pompous butler while the guests look over the family from the tenements with lifted lorgnettes and arched eyebrows, ..."

5. Cinema Craftsmanship: A Book for Photoplaywrights by Frances Taylor Patterson (1920)
"The tea- wagon is rolled in by a pompous butler while the guests look over the family from the tenements with lifted lorgnettes and arched eyebrows, ..."

6. Cinema Craftsmanship: A Book for Photoplaywrights by Frances Taylor Patterson (1921)
"The tea- wagon is rolled in by a pompous butler while the guests look over the family from the tenements with lifted lorgnettes and arched eyebrows, ..."

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