Definition of Tea urn
1. Noun. An urn in which tea is brewed and from which it is served.
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Literary usage of Tea urn
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1. The Scots Law Times by Scotland Land Court (1893)
"Those who made the arrangement with Mrs Alexander rejoined their party; whereupon Murray and M'Donald proceeded to carry the tea-urn, which was part filled ..."
2. The Stowe Catalogue, Priced and Annotated by Henry Rumsey Forster (1848)
"GW Dosent, Etq. 25 4 11 709 A tea-urn, with twisted serpent handles, ... GW Dosent, Esq. 35 11 0 723 A tea-urn, spirally fluted, surmounted by a triton, ..."