Definition of Tea table

1. Noun. A small table for serving afternoon tea.

Generic synonyms: Table



Definition of Tea table

1. Noun. A small table upon which tea is set to be served. ¹

2. Noun. A type of rock column comprising discrete layers, with the top layers being wider than the base due to greater resistance to erosion and weathering. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Tea Table

tea parties
tea party
tea plant
tea plants
tea room
tea rooms
tea rose
tea service
tea services
tea set
tea sets
tea shop
tea shops
tea strainer
tea strainers
tea table (current term)
tea tortrix
tea towel
tea towels
tea tray
tea trays
tea tree
tea trolley
tea trolleys
tea urn
tea wagon
tea wagons
teabagged

Literary usage of Tea table

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1. The Furniture of Our Forefathers by Esther Singleton, Russell Sturgis (1900)
"Carolina: A japanned hand tea-table (j£i), 1722; two japanned tea-tables (^4), a small square ditto (£1), and a little round oak ditto (^0-10-0), ..."

2. The Furniture of Our Forefathers by Esther Singleton, Russell Sturgis (1913)
"Carolina: A japanned hand tea-table (j[,i), 1722; two japanned tea-tables ... In 1725, Dr. William Crook owned a tea-table, forty-one dishes with saucers, ..."

3. Colonial Furniture in America by Luke Vincent Lockwood (1913)
"Tea-Table, second quarter eighteenth century 208 735. Tea-Table, second quarter ... Tea-Table, domed stretchers, third quarter eighteenth century 209 739. ..."

4. The Furniture of Our Forefathers by Esther Singleton, Russell Sturgis (1901)
"Carolina: A japanned hand tea-table (£1), 1722; two japanned tea-tables (^4), ... In 1725, Dr. William Crook owned a tea-table, forty-one dishes with ..."

5. Daniel Defoe: His Life and Recently Discovered Writings: Extending from 1716 by Lee, William, Daniel Defoe (1869)
"Sir, I was the other Day, at a TEA-TABLE Conversation, among some Ladies of Quality, and I happen'd to come there, when the Characters of some Ladies of the ..."

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