Alternative terms for "Tea cosey"

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Tea Cosey

tea bagged
tea bagging
tea bags
tea ball
tea biscuit
tea bread
tea break
tea caddies
tea caddy
tea cart
tea carts
tea ceremonies
tea ceremony
tea chest
tea cloth
tea cosey (current term)
tea cosies
tea cosy
tea cozey
tea cozie
tea cozies
tea cozy
tea dance
tea dances
tea family
tea garden
tea gown
tea house
tea houses
tea jenny

Literary usage of Tea cosey

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1. Vision: A Magazine for Youth (1893)
"A tea cosey. A tea cosey (which is simply a thick cover for a tea pot, to exclude the air and keep the tea hot) is always an acceptable gi!t to a ..."

2. A Manual of Dietetics by J. Milner Fothergill (1886)
"The tea cosey will retain the heat. Then at other times milk is boiled with a little ground rice flavoured with cinnamon; and this is an excellent food when ..."

3. A Manual of Dietetics by John Milner Fothergill (1886)
"The tea cosey will retain the heat. Then at other times milk is boiled with a little ground rice flavoured with cinnamon; and this is an excellent food when ..."

4. The Journal of Home Economics by American Home Economics Association (1921)
"Keep hot in tea cosey or where tea will not boil. Tea served with cream should be stronger than tea served with lemon. ..."

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