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teatime

[ tee-tahym ]
/ ˈtiˌtaɪm /
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noun
the time at which tea is served or taken, usually in the late afternoon.
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Origin of teatime

First recorded in 1750–60; tea + time
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How to use teatime in a sentence

  • Rose petals can be chopped and blended with softened butter for a fancy teatime spread, dried and sprinkled on a latte for a cute treat, or infused into honeys, jams, jellies, and baked goods.

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