Definition of Tealike

1. Adjective. Resembling tea (the drink or plant) or some aspect of it. ¹



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Definition of Tealike

1. resembling tea [adj] - See also: tea

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Tealike

teahouse
teahouses
teaing
teak
teakettle
teakettler
teakettles
teaks
teakwood
teakwoods
teal
tealeaf
tealess
tealight
tealights
tealike (current term)
teallite
teals
team
team-mate
team-mates
team-sport
team player
team players
team pursuit
team spirit
team sport
team sports
team up
team up with

Literary usage of Tealike

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1. Early Voyages Up and Down the Mississippi by Jean Cavelier, John Gilmary Shea, Jean Fran├žois de St. Cosme Buisson, Jacques Gravier, Louis Ignace Guignas (1861)
"On the I ith, after making the little portage, we came to the river tealike,1' which is the real river ..."

2. Early Voyages Up and Down the Mississippi by John Gilmary Shea, Jean Cavelier, Jean Fran├žois de St. Cosme Buisson, Pierre Charles Le Sueur, Jacques Gravier, Louis Ignace Guignas, Joseph McDonough (1861)
"On the nth, after making the little portage, we came to the river tealike,1' which is the real river ..."

3. Nature's Garden: An Aid to Knowledge of Our Wild Flowers and Their Insect by Neltje Blanchan (1907)
"... knows the tealike fragrance given forth by the leaves of this common shrub when crushed in a warm hand. ..."

4. Chemical Lecture Experiments by Francis Gano Benedict (1901)
"The heat of the decomposition, when once started, is sufficient for completion, and the mass expands, filling the tube with a tealike substance, ..."

5. Chemical Lecture Experiments by Francis Gano Benedict (1901)
"The heat of the decomposition, when once started, is sufficient for completion, and the mass expands, filling the tube with a tealike substance,' chromic ..."

6. Elementary Applied Mechanics by Thomas Alexander, Arthur Watson Thomson (1902)
"If the two given stresses tealike and v.nr.qual (fig. 44). Let r and r be their intensities, and y and y' their obliquities upon their respective planes CO' ..."

7. Nature's Garden: An Aid to Knowledge of Our Wild Flowers and Their Insect by Neltje Blanchan (1900)
"... knows the tealike fragrance given forth by the leaves of this com. mon shrub when crushed in a warm hand. ..."

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