[tee-uh v-hev-uh n] /ˈti əvˈhɛv ən/
a shrub, Hydrangea macrophylla serrata, of the saxifrage family, native to Japan and Korea, having hairy, ovate leaves and flat or slightly arched clusters of blue or white flowers.
noun 1. a social gathering, usually in the afternoon, at which tea and light refreshments are served. 2. (initial capital letters) a conservative political movement in the U.S. that opposes taxes and government spending: named in reference to the Boston Tea Party of 1773. noun 1. a social gathering in the afternoon at which tea […]
noun 1. a container with a lid, spout, and handle, in which tea is made and from which it is poured. noun 1. a container with a lid, spout, and handle, in which tea is made and from which it is served see: tempest in a teapot
noun, U.S. History. 1. a federal oil reserve in Wyoming, leased to private producer Harry F. Sinclair by Secretary of the Interior Albert B. Fall in 1922, leading to a major government scandal and the tarnishing of the reputation of President Warren G. Harding’s administration (1921–23).
noun 1. a small three-legged table or stand. 2. a small table for use in serving tea. noun 1. a small table or stand with a tripod base 2. a tea caddy on such a table or stand