a drink made by boiling pieces of lean beef: often given to invalids to stimulate the appetite
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How to use beef tea in a sentence
Fortunately there is the beef tea we made, last night, for Mr. Donald.A Final Reckoning | G. A. Henty
The diet should consist of beef tea or broth, with bread and milk; no solid food should be allowed.Scientific American Supplement No. 299 | Various
I cook some thick cocoa for Xavier and give him beef-tea; he is better after noon, but very low—I have to lift him up to drink.The Home of the Blizzard | Douglas Mawson
For a pint of beef tea take one pound of beef chopped very fine.
Ruth took out the flask of beef tea which she always carried on a motor trip, and made Barbara drink a few swallows.The Automobile Girls in the Berkshires | Laura Dent Crane