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Definition of Teabox
1. a box for tea leaves [n -ES]
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Literary usage of Teabox
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1. The Handbook of British Honduras ...: Comprising Historical, Statistical by Lindsay William Bristowe, Philip B Wright (1888)
"teabox.—A slender tree, not used, producing an edible berry and leaves, of which a decoction, " bush tea," is made. 30 feet high, 10 to 12 inches diameter. ..."
2. Penelope's English Experiences and Penelope's Scottish Experiences by Kate Douglas Smith Wiggin (1917)
"It's the teeth. I 've mislaid 'em somewhere. I paid far too much siller for 'em to wear 'em ilka day. Sometimes I rest 'em in the teabox to keep 'em awa' ..."