EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR HIGH TEA
He paused and then added: "Stayed there to a kind of high tea!"
Handel always reminds me of high tea, particularly the muffins.
She moves in the best society, and the thought of a high tea at 6.30 would appal her.
The exact hour is written on the invitation, as High Tea at 4:00 o'clock (or 5:00 o'clock).
They both awoke with a start to find that it was time for high tea.
She was now coming into the parlour with the tray for high tea.
Waffles may be served for breakfast, luncheon, supper or high tea.
The Coppin family were at high tea when Roland reached home.
Of all pernicious customs there is none more to be deprecated than that of high tea, as it is called.
We meant to return to our billet for lunch at 2-0, but we actually came back at 6-0—in time for high tea.