tea-maker

tea-maker

n
(Cookery) a device with perforations used to infuse tea in a cup of boiling water. Also called (esp Brit): infuser or tea egg
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Campbell, the surgeon of the Thrush, a very well-behaved young man, who came to call for his friend, and for whom there was with some contrivance found a chair, and with some hasty washing of the young tea-maker's, a cup and saucer; and after another quarter of an hour of earnest talk between the gentlemen, noise rising upon noise, and bustle upon bustle, men and boys at last all in motion together, the moment came for setting off; everything was ready, William took leave, and all of them were gone; for the three boys, in spite of their mother's entreaty, determined to see their brother and Mr.
"He came as a chaiwallah (tea-maker) and fooled the public.
The public have a right to ask if we actually need to spend tens of millions of euro on a powerless Head of State who is essentially the nation's tea-maker in chief, albeit a very expensive one.
The team of experts, including Tetley master tea-maker Sebastian Michaelis and Dr James Hind of Nottingham Trent University, also discovered how the majority of us like our tea.
A tea-maker in his country, he left his hometown and came to Qatar looking for better prospects, bringing with him the rare talent of preparing multi-layered tea.
Janet Bruce decided to plan the trip of a lifetime when she was made redundant by tea-maker Twinings after they closed their North Shields factory.
CHP's Ay-baba pointed out that the businessmen said they were detained and then arrested over statements made by a tea-maker working at a preparatory school in Malatya who claimed that they were having secret meetings on Mondays.
IWOULD like to thank the tea-maker Typhoo, who this week in Cardiff handed over a cheque for pounds 20,000 to the Antarctic Heritage Trust, the organisation responsible for conserving Captain Scott's hut in Antarctica.
And the woman goes to work at Scotland Yard as a glorified tea-maker in an attempt to help nail Osama.
The Newton-le-Willows based tea-maker employs 40 people and, despite having strong orders, the company has said it has run out of cash.
Now based in London, Terry outlined his route to securing his big break which involved studying a visual effects degree at Teesside University, before working his way up from tea-maker.