morning tea


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morning tea

n
(Cookery) Austral and NZ a mid-morning snack with a cup of tea. Brit equivalent: elevenses
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samovar for his morning tea, he walked up to it and took it down with an air of profound indifference.
not everyone's cup of tea We all know too much sugar is bad for our health, but stepping away from the "coo and two" in our morning tea is simply a step too far for most.
He has credited a drop of whiskey in his morning tea with keeping him youthful and explained on his JustGiving page that he wants to use his birthdays to make a difference.
And in such areas, one of the defining social divisions is between those who have their morning tea with milk, and those who drink their tea 'dry' as some rural Kenyans put it (ie without milk).
Holly Willoughby is known for her striking television outfits - from her This Morning tea dresses to herI'm A Celebritycowboy boots.
I will make sure I don't leave rubbish or food from my morning tea. I pledge to let you stay wild.
The family was having morning tea under the shade of a wall when the accident took place.
A royal aide said the market visit was an extension of an earlier engagement where the duchess heard about the Markets for Change project at a morning tea.
Waking up at dawn every day, he makes sure that his morning tea is accompanied by the paper.
Sweethearts carried Saturday's early morning tea to lovers still plumped on the pillows of passion.
Although most of her customers are individuals from the vicinity who usually come over for their morning tea, she also supplies a number of reputable supermarkets locally.
Players will also be welcomed with morning tea or coffee and a bacon bap.