Examples from the Web for tete
The carriage of goods up the river to Tete adds about 10 per cent.
The exhibition was more amusing than politic, and Tete Rouge was directed to finish what he had to say as soon as possible.The Oregon Trail|Francis Parkman, Jr.
The pair dined en tete a tete, discussing general matters till the servants left them to their wine.My Novel, Complete|Edward Bulwer-Lytton
There was no calico to be had at this time in Tete, but the commandant handsomely furnished my men with clothing.
The whole country lying north and northwest of Tete is hilly.The World and Its People: Book VII|Anna B. Badlam
as a type of women's tall dressed hair or wig, 1756, from French tête "head" (see tete-a-tete).