Definition of Tea chest
1. Noun. Chest for storing or transporting tea.
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Tea Chest
Literary usage of Tea chest
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Furniture of Our Forefathers by Esther Singleton, Russell Sturgis (1901)
"boards (^i-io-o); a silver tea-kettle stand and lamp, weighing 67^ ounces (^202-10-0); a shagreen tea-chest with two canisters and sugar-dish, ..."
2. The Furniture of Our Forefathers by Esther Singleton, Russell Sturgis (1900)
"... tea-chest with two canisters and sugar-dish, 29 ounces (^72-10-0) ; and a shagreen small case, twelve tea-spoons, a strainer and tongs (j£10), ..."
3. The Furniture of Our Forefathers by Esther Singleton, Russell Sturgis (1913)
"... tea-chest with two canisters and sugar-dish, 29 ounces (£"72-10-0) ; and a shagreen small case, twelve tea-spoons, a strainer and tongs (£10), ..."
4. George Washington, Patriot, Soldier, Statesman, First President of the by James Albert Harrison (1906)
"CHAPTER XIII " THE DEADLY TEA-CHEST " EVOLUTIONS frequently concentrate them- \ selves in the nutshell of a popular cry: even ecclesiastical revolutions ..."
5. Tea Machinery, and Tea Factories: A Descriptive Treatise on the Mechanical by Alexander James Wallis-Tayler (1900)
"An undeniable advantage possessed by a steel tea chest is that one of the same outside ... Steel tea chest ment, the advantage would still be con- or Box- ..."
6. The Medical Missionary in China: A Narrative of Twenty Years' Experience by William Lockhart (1861)
"TEA-CHEST LINING. BAMBOOS. WATCH-SPRINGS. FANCY ARTICLES. CASTING COPPER CASH. SILVER COIN GOLD. THE glimpses of Chinese industry and manners, ..."
7. Report of the Trial of Prof. John W. Webster: Indicted for the Murder of Dr by John White Webster, James Winchell Stone, Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court (1850)
"They were put in apposition, — I speak now of the parts found in the privy and in the tea-chest, independent of the bones found in the furnace, ..."
8. Trial of William Burke and Helen M'Dougal: Before the High Court of by William Burke, Helen M'Dougal, William Hare, John Macnee, Scotland High Court of Justiciary (1829)
"Declares, That Paterson and the declarant then went to Surgeon Square together, and they found Hare and M'Culloch waiting there with the tea-chest, ..."