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tea basket

noun

, British.
  1. a lunch basket or picnic hamper.


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Word History and Origins

Origin of tea basket1

First recorded in 1900–05

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Example Sentences

Will you ask Mrs. Hills to express my tea basket and two cups?

"No," he answered laconically, slamming down the lid of the tea-basket.

The girls paused breathlessly and Judy put down her tea basket.

A manservant came with the tea-basket, and the girls spread the cloth under a great willow tree.

Soon after the horses and the wagon halted and Dan Webster climbed down, bearing the tea basket.

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