tea set

  1. a set of china or silverware for serving tea
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How To Use tea set In A Sentence

  • Bowman's novel starts off slowly but, like a good tea set to steep, becomes richer and more full-bodied as you read.
  • There were tales about Teresa's extraordinary alien family, about her numerous dolls, and about her genuine willow pattern tea set. THE THORN BIRDS
  • Now you'll find Tuscan lamps, tea sets, cutlery, prints, books and costume jewellery, photographs, kitchenalia, postcards and linens, lace and vintage silks. Times, Sunday Times
  • A full tea set like this consists of a pot and eight cups.
  • As the century waned, the glamorous old-style safari, which could be defined as “traveling by caravan to rough it near wildlife in Africa, but not without access to a porcelain tea set,” had been replaced by the peppy new-style safari, “nature travel anywhere, so long as it involves unconventional transport and a modicum of hazard offset by pampering.” The English Is Coming!
  • There was a great white and gold fireplace and even a little gilded coffee table with a silver tea set sitting quaintly in the centre of the room.
  • This Tea set comes with a 13.6-ounce pot, 4 cups, a tea infuser, cedar coasters and a bamboo basket.
  • There are vases of tulips and bowls of fruit, a bone china tea set and a stack of decorated hatboxes.
  • creamware", which caught the attention of the local aristocracy, and in early 1765, to his stunned delight, he received an order for a tea set for Queen Charlotte, with candlesticks and fruit baskets, "with a gold ground and raised flowers upon it in green". The Guardian World News
  • Now invite enterprises dealing in tea, tea set, antiques , painting to enter.
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