Thesaurus / tea party
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To bring them out only to attend a reception, or a tea party, is a desecration.

To go direct from a shopping expedition to a tea party was what was known locally as “living in a whirl”.

When Marcella had a tea party out in the orchard, of course all of the dolls were invited.

Raggedy Ann StoriesJohnny Gruelle

The "tea party" of April 23, 1774, illustrated the temper of the people.

Ethelwyn and Beth were preparing a tea party in the doll house.

What Two Children DidCharlotte E. Chittenden

The idea of a woman of forty-five playing at having a tea party, just as if she were a little girl!

Anne Of AvonleaLucy Maud Montgomery

Then all the birds went home from the Cuckoo's tea party, and to bed, for they were quite worn out with all the excitement.

Tell Me Another StoryCarolyn Sherwin Bailey

"On the face of it, it looks almost as thrilling as an old maids' tea party—and not any less conventional," Van Dyck began.

Pirates' HopeFrancis Lynde

Cynthia was more than delighted with the privilege of the tea party.

A Little Girl in Old SalemAmanda Minnie Douglas

"This isn't a tea party, Mr. Bayne," said Franz von Blenheim.

The Firefly Of FranceMarion Polk Angellotti


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