teahouse

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n teahouse a restaurant where tea and light meals are available
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Usage

In literature:

On arriving at a teahouse which had been erected in the gardens, everybody rested and partook of tea.
"Two Years in the Forbidden City" by The Princess Der Ling
One of the abolished teahouses had taken itself two miles away, where possibly it still had visitors.
"The Foundations of Japan" by J.W. Robertson Scott
Every half hour or hour he can reach an inn or teahouse where tea can be infused for him in a few minutes.
"An Australian in China" by George Ernest Morrison
With that thought to comfort him, he gazed at the polished natural woods of the teahouse and let his mind drift into perfect repose.
"Project Daedalus" by Thomas Hoover
Finally Ken appeared beside the doorway of the teahouse and signaled her forward.
"The Samurai Strategy" by Thomas Hoover
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In poetry:

A Greek a great red samovar
Bears from his teahouse; sheep are taken
Across the square to the bazaar;
Two beggars, stretched nearby, awaken.
""The camel snorts. He won't get up"" by Ivan Bunin

In news:

In this photo taken Monday, Oct 22, 2007, Chinese writer Mo Yan speaks during an interview at a teahouse in Beijing.
Teahouse in a Strip Mall.
Four Bubble Tea drinks from the Teahouse in Houston, Texas.
Open house pick of the week: Teahouse in Manoa.
McCormick's Lake Forest Teahouse .
NORTH BENNINGTON — Nite Jars, a teahouse and coffee shop, joined the Marigold Kitchen, a pizzeria that uses fresh, local ingredients, this year.
From the Victorian inns of San Francisco to the teahouses of Kyoto, the world is full of romantic destinations.
Oprah doesn't consider her teahouse's rose garden a collection.
The teahouses sit high up on a hillside and are buffered by foliage.
Corgan's Highland Park teahouse opens.
Teahouse in a Strip Mall .
The day before his first vacation in a good while, in a jewel box of a West Chelsea teahouse, Anderson Cooper sat reading The New York Times beside a small reflective pool.
Tower of Cosmic Reflections Teahouse.
You won't need to strap on hiking boots and climb a couple miles up a mountain or slash your way through rainforest to find the Wanderer's Teahouse and Cafe in East Lansing.
Oprah sits on a sofa in her teahouse facing the view—not any view, but the view, the reason she bought her Montecito, California, home and built the teahouse in this spot.
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