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856 total results for TEA   ( score: 50 )

346 results for TEA from Shortz Era puzzles:
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Sun Feb 11, 202478ALeaves on the shelf?Peter Koetters
Sat Dec 2, 202354DIt's typically taken in the afternoonRoyce Ferguson
Wed Oct 25, 202343DSomething "spilled" by a gossipAimee Lucido
Fri Sep 29, 202318AWord with bubble or highMalaika Handa
Tue Sep 19, 202360ACoffee alternative (4)Gia Bosko
Mon Sep 18, 202343DDarjeeling or Earl GreyKevin Christian and Andrea Carla Michaels
Sun Jul 30, 202387DOolong or Darjeeling (2)John Kugelman
Fri Jul 14, 202331DGreen ___Jonathan Kaufman
Tue May 30, 202345A"Chai" in EnglishKathryn Ladner
Tue May 23, 20231ABeverage that may come with a bagLee Taylor
Thu Mar 2, 20234DRemedy for a sore throatMalaika Handa
Tue Feb 21, 202361DSri Lankan specialtyDaniel Raymon
Mon Jan 30, 202357DSteaming cupfulDavid Steinberg
Thu Jan 12, 202342AGossip, slangily (2)Grant Thackray
Mon Dec 26, 202241ABeverage that comes in green and black varietiesKurt Weller
Mon Nov 14, 202263DBrewed beverageTaylor Johnson
Fri Nov 11, 202226D"A true warrior, like ___, shows his strength in hot water" (Chinese proverb)Brooke Husic and Erik Agard
Wed Oct 26, 202210DDrink "for two" in songSimeon Seigel
Mon Oct 24, 202212DSpill the ___ (gossip) (2)Joe Rodini
Wed Oct 5, 202230DGossip, slangily (2)Jason Reich
Mon Oct 3, 202260DGreen or black beverageSarah Sinclair
Sun Sep 18, 2022118DHot spot in England?Katie Hale
Sun Aug 28, 20224DWord with garden or party (2)Ori Brian
Sat Aug 20, 202250AGarden activityHemant Mehta
Wed Aug 10, 20222DIced ___ (2)Karen Lurie
Sun Jun 26, 202252ADrink with crumpets (2)Matthew Stock and Finn Vigeland
Mon May 30, 20222DBreakfast beverageAlexander Liebeskind
Thu May 19, 202225AHot spot in the afternoon, sayAlex Rosen
Sun May 8, 202234DAromatic beverageMatthew Stock and Chandi Deitmer
Tue May 3, 202217AOolong, e.g.Julian Lim
Mon Apr 25, 202259DPekoe or DarjeelingLi Ding
Wed Mar 16, 202223ACosy "spot"Joseph Gangi
Fri Feb 18, 202241ALatest gossip, in modern lingoAimee Lucido
Thu Jan 13, 202260DRooibos, e.g.Karen Lurie
Mon Jan 3, 202235AWith 59-Across, "Madam Secretary" starBeth Rubin and Trent H. Evans
Sun Jan 2, 202280ACha chaan teng servingPaolo Pasco
Sat Jan 1, 202238ABags one might have when tired?Peter Wentz
Sun Dec 12, 202179DWord after high or weakDaniel Okulitch and Doug Peterson
Sat Dec 11, 202164ABlack ___Hal Moore
Thu Nov 4, 202112DSleepytime, e.g.David Steinberg
Tue Oct 5, 20214DSpill the ___ (gossip) (2)Hoang-Kim Vu and Jessica Zetzman
Tue Aug 24, 202149AGossip that gets "spilled"Jessie Bullock and Ross Trudeau
Sun Aug 8, 202139AEnglish breakfast, e.g.Christina Iverson and Jeff Chen
Thu Jul 29, 202134DMatcha, e.g.Trenton Charlson
Wed Jun 16, 202141DGossip, in slangFinn Vigeland
Mon Apr 19, 202129AOolong or Darjeeling (2)Andrea Carla Michaels
Wed Mar 3, 202116AGossip fodder, slangilyAnn Shan
Sun Feb 21, 202130AOffering in china ... or from ChinaMatthew Stock
Fri Feb 5, 202158DMajor export of KenyaErik Agard
Sun Oct 18, 202011DWhat Mrs. Potts and Chip serve in "Beauty and the Beast"Miriam Estrin
Sun Aug 30, 20207DAfter-dinner offering (3)Olivia Mitra Framke
Mon Aug 24, 202048DThroat sootherDavid Alfred Bywaters
Wed Aug 12, 202034DChina is its largest exporterAdesina O. Koiki
Sat Jul 18, 202037ASomething to pay a steep price for?John Guzzetta and Michael Hawkins
Mon Jun 8, 202069ATwinings product (2)Kyle Dolan
Tue Jun 2, 202057DOolong, for one (3)John Guzzetta
Thu May 21, 202035DBagged leaves? (3)Andrew Kingsley
Thu May 14, 202039DLeaves before paying the check?Michael Schlossberg
Sun Apr 12, 2020107AWeak ___ (unconvincing argument)Joel Fagliano
Sun Mar 22, 202082DPart of a Victorian social scheduleBrendan Emmett Quigley
Sat Feb 15, 202031AMarijuana, in older slangRandolph Ross
Thu Feb 6, 202045AAn indispensable ingredient in the elixir of life, per Lao-tzuJake Halperin
Thu Jan 23, 202053DWord with garden or party (2)Barbara Lin
Mon Jan 13, 202065DWimbledon service?Alan Arbesfeld
Wed Dec 18, 20197DHot cupfulMargaret Saine
Sat Dec 14, 201948DContents of an infuserRyan McCarty
Sun Dec 1, 2019122DBagged leaves? (3)Patrick Merrell
Sat Nov 2, 201943AAfter-dinner offering (3)Paolo Pasco and Erik Agard
Sun Oct 20, 201990AIt's in the bag (3)Natan Last
Fri Oct 4, 201934APart of a dim sum mealMatthew Sewell
Tue Sep 10, 201959DSpill the ___ (reveal sensitive information)Ethan Cooper
Wed Aug 28, 201913DLeaves in hot water? (2)Daniel Grinberg
Fri Jun 21, 201952DIt's in the bag (3)Robyn Weintraub
Tue Jun 18, 201920AAfternoon affair (2)Jeff Stillman
Sat May 11, 201925ASomething enjoyed during elevensesRobyn Weintraub
Wed Apr 17, 201924ACoffee alternative (4)Alison Ohringer and Erik Agard
Tue Mar 26, 201931DBrewed drinkZhouqin Burnikel
Thu Mar 21, 201914DSpill the ___ (dish out gossip)Christopher Adams
Thu Jan 31, 201912ALeaves after dinner? (4)Peter A. Collins
Sat Dec 22, 201837ABig export of Sri LankaJoon Pahk
Fri Nov 16, 20185DBreak during a cricket matchKyle Dolan
Thu Nov 1, 201861AChief agricultural export of KenyaMatt Ginsberg
Thu Aug 30, 201858APot leaves?Grant Thackray
Tue Aug 7, 201817DDarjeeling, for oneAlex Eaton-Salners
Fri Jun 29, 201843DSweet ___David Steinberg
Sat Jun 2, 201857DIt might be in the bagTrenton Charlson
Sun May 20, 201839DHigh ___ (3)Will Nediger
Mon Apr 2, 201828DDrink that's often icedJason Mueller
Wed Feb 7, 201823AAfternoon gatheringStu Ockman
Wed Jan 24, 201847DSpot from a potKathy Wienberg
Wed Jan 10, 201820AAfternoon social (4)Sen. Joe Donnelly and Michael S. Maurer
Mon Jan 1, 201824DPekoe, for one (2)Matthew Sewell
Sun Dec 3, 201713DSee 83-AcrossDavid Steinberg
Fri Dec 1, 201710DSource of caffeineLily Silverstein
Thu Nov 23, 201745AAfter-dinner optionHoward Barkin
Sun Nov 19, 201720AIt may come hot or icedTom McCoy
Tue Nov 7, 201738DServing from a trolleyGreg Poulos
Mon Oct 16, 20175DAfternoon repastJennifer Nutt
Sat Sep 30, 201724ASubject of a controversial tax, onceMary Lou Guizzo and Jeff Chen
Wed Jun 7, 201753DNonalcoholic brew (2)Timothy Polin
Mon May 29, 201729ACelestial Seasonings product (2)Jeff Chen and Seth Geltman
Tue May 23, 201762DPekoe, for one (2)Zhouqin Burnikel
Tue May 9, 201763DDrink with crumpets (2)Peter A. Collins
Fri Apr 21, 201737A___ party (6)Damon Gulczynski
Sun Apr 9, 2017108DWomen's club eventByron Walden
Mon Jan 9, 20176DLipton offeringNeville Fogarty
Sun Dec 25, 201697DFlight attendant's offering (2)Kevin G. Der
Mon Dec 19, 201642ABoston ___ Party (2)Jason Mueller
Wed Nov 30, 201649AScones go-with (2)Molly Young
Thu Oct 20, 201628DSpot of ___Alan Arbesfeld
Fri Sep 23, 201629DBreakfast spot?Andrew Zhou
Mon Aug 15, 201614ADrink that's steepedSam Trabucco
Sat Jul 9, 201637DIt may be in the bag (3)Josh Knapp
Tue Jul 5, 201636ADrink often served with a lemon wedgeJules Markey
Sun Jun 19, 2016109DSocial gatheringDavid Woolf
Thu Sep 24, 201522AInstant ___Peter A. Collins
Sun Aug 9, 2015117DSocial (7)Melanie Miller
Wed Jul 29, 20156DChai ___David J. Lieb
Tue Jul 14, 201562DServing in Japanese ceremoniesKevin Christian and Brad Wilber
Thu Jul 9, 201531DSamovar contentsJohn Guzzetta
Wed Jul 8, 201523ASri Lanka export (5)Ryan Milligan
Tue Jun 9, 201560DWord with black or blendedRoy Leban
Mon Jun 8, 201528DTetley product (9)Peter A. Collins
Sat May 16, 20157DContents of some chestsByron Walden
Tue Mar 31, 201533AServing at a Chinese restaurantGary Cee
Mon Feb 16, 201522A___ Party (modern political group)David J. Kahn
Mon Feb 9, 20159DEarl Grey, e.g. (4)Lynn Lempel
Sun Jan 25, 201555DSpot in the afternoon?Alan Arbesfeld
Mon Dec 22, 201449DLipton product (3)Lynn Lempel
Tue Dec 16, 201422DEvent with crumpetsJoel D. Lafargue
Tue Oct 7, 201422D___ cozyMatt Skoczen and Victor Fleming
Thu Sep 25, 20148DHot spot? (2)Alex Vratsanos
Fri Aug 29, 201468ALeaves on a trolley, sayDaniel Raymon
Sat Aug 23, 201459ABled for a social affair, perhapsTimothy Polin
Wed Aug 13, 201431DWhite-glove affairDan Schoenholz
Fri Jul 25, 201448APeople often strain to make itPeter A. Collins
Wed Jul 23, 201440DWord before set or serviceHoward Barkin
Sun Jun 22, 201448ANonalcoholic brew (2)Elizabeth C. Gorski
Wed Jun 11, 201432DCrumpets go-with (2)Ian Livengood
Wed Apr 23, 201468DIt may be herbal (2)David J. Kahn
Thu Mar 27, 201429ASleepytime ___Jean O'Conor
Wed Mar 12, 201410ATan breakfast beverageJeff Chen
Tue Feb 4, 201429DBoston Harbor jetsamDavid Steinberg
Mon Jan 20, 201426ABoston ___ Party (2)Elizabeth C. Gorski
Tue Dec 24, 20131DKind of party (2)David J. Kahn
Thu Dec 19, 201354AIt may come in loose-leaf formGeorge Barany and Michael Shteyman
Thu Sep 19, 20136D___ rose (2)Michael Blake
Tue Sep 17, 201359DWhat a caddy may holdPeter A. Collins
Sun Aug 25, 201375A___ Party (6)Victor Barocas
Fri Jul 19, 201324AAfternoon receptionPatrick Berry
Sat Jun 1, 201349ABangladesh exportBarry C. Silk
Sun May 5, 20134DAfter-dinner orderAlan Arbesfeld
Thu Apr 11, 201332DSubject of a 1773 Act of ParliamentJim Hilger
Thu Feb 14, 201354AWeak ___Jules P. Markey
Sun Jan 20, 201364ALeaves after dinner? (4)Yaakov Bendavid
Wed Nov 21, 201269ALeoni of "Tower Heist"David J. Kahn
Tue Nov 6, 201233A___ Party (6)Erik Agard
Sun Oct 28, 20126DGenteel gathering (2)Michael Sharp and Caleb Madison
Wed Aug 29, 201261DCaddy's contentsTony Orbach
Sun Jul 1, 201272ASri Lankan export (2)Dan Schoenholz
Tue Jun 5, 201244D___ Party (6)Sharon Delorme
Thu Apr 26, 20122D___ Party (6)Julian Lim
Tue Jan 31, 201224AGenteel gathering (2)Doug Peterson
Thu Jan 19, 201254ASocial (7)Derek Bowman and Sarah Keller
Mon Jan 16, 201254DPekoe, e.g.Andrea Carla Michaels
Wed Nov 9, 201153AIt may be green or blackPaula Gamache
Mon Aug 8, 201121ATetley product (9)Ian Livengood
Thu Jul 7, 201170A___ Party (6)Caleb Rasmussen
Tue May 24, 20115DQuaint get-togetherMichael Blake and Andrea Carla Michaels
Mon Apr 4, 201121ALipton drinkLynn Lempel
Tue Jan 11, 201157AKind of party for Glenn Beck?Sharon Delorme
Mon Dec 6, 201068ATetley product (9)Richard Chisholm
Sun Sep 19, 201074DCrumpet's go-with (2)Kevin G. Der
Wed Sep 1, 201035ABreakfast cupfulMichael Torch
Sun Aug 22, 201033DAfternoon meal, across the pondPatrick Berry
Wed Aug 4, 201062DReason for a service break at Wimbledon?Elizabeth C. Gorski
Tue Jul 27, 201061D___ Party movementMike Torch
Thu Jul 1, 20106DWhat the Mad Hatter pours on the Dormouse to wake it upClive Probert
Sat Jan 9, 201036ASocial type (2)Chuck Deodene
Mon Nov 9, 200934DBlack or green drinkLynn Lempel
Tue Sep 8, 200918DSamovar beverageAlan Arbesfeld
Mon Aug 10, 200930DWhat the Hatter and the March Hare drankPaula Gamache
Sun Jun 28, 200926AChinese exportBarry C. Silk
Tue May 26, 200919AEarl Grey, for oneMike Nothnagel
Thu May 14, 200911DLeaves with a caddy?David J. Kahn
Fri May 8, 200947D"___ With Mussolini" (Zeffirelli film)John Farmer
Fri Apr 17, 200952DEvent at which some people wear glovesCorey Rubin
Sun Apr 12, 20095DCaffeine source (3)Eric Berlin
Wed Mar 11, 200934ALeaves after dinner? (4)Caleb Madison
Mon Mar 2, 200957DAfternoon social (4)Lynn Lempel
Wed Dec 17, 200866ACelestial Seasonings product (2)John Farmer
Tue Nov 18, 200819ABeverage often served with sugar or lemonRichard Chisholm
Fri Aug 15, 200855DSociety affair (2)Barry C. Silk
Tue May 6, 200845D1773 jetsam in Boston HarborGary J. Whitehead
Mon Apr 28, 200842A4:00 drinkGary Disch
Sun Nov 18, 200748ALeaves in hot water (2)Patrick Berry
Thu Nov 15, 200733ALemon ___Joe Krozel
Sat Oct 27, 200760DHot spot? (2)Brendan Emmett Quigley
Sun Oct 7, 200753AAfternoon affair (2)Nancy Salomon and Harvey Estes
Tue Sep 25, 200763ASome like it hot (2)Randall J. Hartman
Sun Sep 16, 20079DLeaves after dinner? (4)Mike Nothnagel
Sun Sep 2, 2007104ASocial type (2)Lee Glickstein and Nancy Salomon
Wed Aug 1, 20075DEarl Grey, e.g. (4)David J. Kahn
Tue Jun 5, 200722AAfternoon social (4)Barry C. Silk
Tue Apr 10, 200731AAfternoon eventKevan Choset
Sun Nov 19, 2006100A___ rose (2)Tony Orbach
Mon Oct 23, 200626ATetley product (9)John Calvin Williams
Sat Oct 14, 200657DWith 53-Down, ingredient in some soapsByron Walden
Sun Sep 3, 200637DBagged leaves (3)Lee Glickstein and Ben Tausig
Fri Jul 7, 200643ASomething overthrown shortly before the American RevolutionJoe Krozel
Thu May 11, 200644DWith 45-Down, beverage dispenserJoe DiPietro
Fri Jan 6, 200650AKind of cartDavid Levinson Wilk
Sun Dec 4, 2005138DSri Lanka export (5)Eric Berlin and Craig Kasper
Fri Oct 28, 200537DPicker-upper (2)Elizabeth C. Gorski
Wed Oct 26, 200539AGunpowder, e.g. (2)Adam G. Perl
Wed Aug 17, 200542AScone's go-with (2)Kyle Mahowald
Tue Jul 5, 20051DLipton product (3)Beth Hinshaw
Sun Jun 26, 200525DGarden party, maybeJoe DiPietro
Sat Jun 25, 200519DWhat some balls are filled withJohn Underwood
Fri May 13, 200558DPicker-upper (2)Robert H. Wolfe
Tue May 10, 200544ADarjeeling or oolong (2)Nancy Salomon
Fri May 6, 200559DLeaves for a drinkHarvey Estes
Fri Apr 22, 200554ASee 52-AcrossMyles Callum
Mon Mar 28, 20056DAlternative to coffeeElizabeth Babikan
Tue Feb 15, 200511AAfternoon social (4)Gene Newman
Thu Jan 20, 200557AWhat's brewing, perhapsManny Nosowsky
Wed Jan 5, 20052DSri Lanka export (5)Michael Shteyman
Tue Jan 4, 200562DTetley product (9)John Underwood
Mon Dec 27, 200440DDrink with one lump or twoLevi Denham
Thu Dec 2, 200422AAfter-dinner servingPatrick Berry
Mon Nov 1, 200451AMad Hatter's drink (3)Kendall Twigg and Nancy Salomon
Tue Sep 28, 200432DMad Hatter's drink (3)Nancy Kavanaugh
Sat Sep 11, 200460DSome like it hot (2)Byron Walden
Thu Aug 12, 200410AIt may be herbal (2)David J. Kahn
Fri Jul 2, 20045DKind of service (3)Sherry O. Blackard
Mon Jun 14, 200444AIt may be served with crumpetsCraig Kasper
Sun Apr 25, 2004132AHigh ___ (3)Elizabeth C. Gorski
Mon Mar 29, 200424ATetley product (9)Barry Silk
Sun Feb 8, 2004117DGreen brewRandolph Ross
Fri Jan 9, 200448AGood source of antioxidantsBob Peoples
Sun Dec 28, 200330AGenteel affair (2)Seth A. Abel
Thu Oct 30, 200319DProduct once harbored in Boston?Patrick Berry
Sun Oct 19, 200379DHigh ___ (3)Nancy Nicholson Joline
Mon Oct 13, 200329DMad Hatter's drink (3)Eric Berlin
Tue Sep 30, 200365AMidafternoon repastKevan Choset
Fri Sep 26, 200353ABritain's ___ Act of 1773Eric Berlin
Wed Jul 2, 200329ACaffeine source (3)Barbara Olson
Sat May 3, 200342ABlue mountain ___ (goldenrod)John Scott Marrone
Wed Mar 19, 200332DGunpowder, for oneAlan Arbesfeld
Mon Jan 20, 200328DOolong, for one (3)Alan Arbesfeld
Sun Dec 15, 200237DCaffeine source (3)RIchard Hughes
Mon Nov 25, 200226DOolong or pekoeRandall J. Hartman
Thu Sep 19, 200253ASocial eventRandolph Ross
Sun Sep 8, 2002112AFirst product of 53-DownRich Norris
Tue Jul 9, 20028DKind of party (2)Robert Malinow
Sun Jul 7, 200224DIt may be iced or spicedLloyd E. Pollet
Wed Jun 19, 200244AIt may be brewingJanet R. Bender
Mon May 20, 200241ATwinings product (2)Nancy Salomon and Harvey Estes
Thu May 2, 200260DWord with black or greenDave and Diane Epperson
Sun Apr 14, 200250A___ caddyDavid J. Kahn
Sun Apr 7, 200233DIt's served in spots (2)Nancy Salomon
Thu Apr 4, 200217AKind of gardenTrip Payne
Tue Feb 12, 20021DIt may be high in the afternoon (2)Manny Nosowsky
Wed Dec 19, 20011DSociety affair (2)Don West
Thu Dec 13, 200146DIt may be in the bag (3)Manny Nosowsky
Wed Nov 7, 200114AWord with caddy or bagBrendan Emmett Quigley
Thu Oct 25, 200143ASocial (7)John Scott Marrone
Tue Oct 9, 200126ASee 15-AcrossPeter Gordon
Fri Jun 8, 200159DLeaves in a bagHarvey Estes and Nancy Salomon
Wed May 30, 200157DBrewer's brewJoe DiPietro
Sun Apr 15, 2001103DFlight attendant's offering (2)Richard Silvestri
Fri Mar 23, 200137ASocial service?Elizabeth C. Gorski
Sat Feb 24, 200160DIt may be served in spotsRich Norris
Fri Feb 9, 200127AIt may be spicedNelson Hardy
Fri Dec 29, 200049ASri Lanka export (5)David J. Kahn
Mon Nov 13, 200060DDrink "for two"Peter Gordon
Wed Jun 7, 200063DGenteel eventJohn Duschatko
Sun Jun 4, 200073DHatter affairMartin Schneider
Wed May 24, 200021DSocial (7)Chuck Deodene
Sun May 7, 200073AA cuppaPatrick D. Berry
Sun Apr 16, 200097DIt may be taken in spotsElizabeth C. Gorski
Tue Mar 14, 200069ALipton product (3)Cynthia Joy Higgins
Mon Mar 13, 200033D4:00 affairDavid J. Kahn
Sat Feb 12, 200058DKind of service (3)Dave Tuller
Tue Feb 1, 200043DTetley product (9)A. J. Santora
Fri Jan 28, 200013DLeaves in the afternoon?Manny Nosowsky and Martin Ashwood-Smith
Mon Oct 4, 199948ADarjeeling or oolong (2)Joey Crumley
Mon Sep 6, 199925ADrink in a cupManny Nosowsky
Mon Aug 23, 199932ASteeped beverageNancy Kavanaugh
Mon Aug 2, 199967AEarl Grey, e.g. (4)Stephanie Spadaccini
Sun Jul 4, 199943A1773 jetsam (2)Greg Staples
Wed Apr 7, 199912DSocial (7)Rich Norris
Wed Jan 20, 199934AIt's served in spots (2)Fred Piscop
Sun Jan 17, 199987AKind of cozyCathy Millhauser
Tue Dec 29, 199838D4:00 gathering (2)Susan Harrington Smith
Wed Oct 28, 199820AOolong, for one (3)Alan Arbesfeld
Sun Oct 4, 199831AOld-fashioned cold remedyFrank Longo
Sun Sep 6, 199874AAfter-dinner offering (3)Rich Norris
Wed Jul 29, 199857AIced ___ (2)Elizabeth C. Gorski
Tue Jul 28, 199826AGenteel affair (2)Robert Dillman
Wed Jul 8, 199838AJetsam of 1773Sam Bellotto Jr.
Mon Jun 1, 199850ACoffee alternative (4)Evie Eysenburg
Tue May 5, 199842AWonderland drink (2)Stephanie Spadaccini
Mon Apr 20, 199823ATetley product (9)John D. Leavy
Tue Mar 3, 199823DParlor drinkElizabeth C. Gorski
Sun Feb 15, 199888DSocial (7)Rich Norris
Tue Jan 20, 199831A4:00, in KentRandall J. Hartman
Tue Jan 6, 199856DSri Lanka export (5)Ed Early
Sun Jul 27, 199740AIt may be black or greenJune Boggs
Sat Jul 19, 199723DThis is popular in spotsRobert H. Wolfe
Mon Jun 9, 199748DTetley product (9)Thomas W. Schier
Sun Feb 16, 199775AIt may be high in the afternoon (2)M. Gaffney
Mon Jan 20, 199760DWonderland drink (2)S. Spadaccini
Thu Jan 2, 199762DLeaves at 4:00?M. Gaffney
Sun Nov 17, 199618DHot spot, in lunch counter lingoN. N. Joline
Fri Nov 15, 199655ASamovar servingR. Norris
Mon Oct 28, 199641ACoffee alternative (4)R. Norris
Fri Sep 27, 199633ABreak beverageB. Sefick
Wed Jun 5, 199629DSympathy's partnerG. R. Ferguson
Sun Jun 2, 199630AReceptionR. Norris
Sat May 25, 199657ASri Lankan export (2)F. Piscop
Fri May 17, 199639DKind of service (3)J. DiPietro
Thu May 16, 199625DIt may be in the bag (3)F. Longo
Wed Mar 27, 199636A4:00 function (2)R. J. Hartman
Thu Feb 15, 19965DBritish breakMatt Gaffney
Sun Jan 7, 199631DLeaves in the potEric Albert
Fri Dec 1, 199520ASocial (7)Manny Nosowsky
Sat Oct 14, 199520DCause of a restaurant stir?Alex K. Justin
Sun Oct 8, 1995113AKind of bagNancy Nicholson Joline
Sun Jul 16, 199519DLeaves in the cupNaomi Geller Lipsky
Mon Jul 10, 199510D4:00 socialSidney L. Robbins
Thu May 25, 199567DIndian exportHarvey Estes
Thu Apr 20, 199552A1773 jetsam (2)Raymond Hamel
Sun Apr 9, 199570AChow mein chaserCathy Millhauser
Mon Apr 3, 199545A4:00 gathering (2)Randall J. Hartman
Thu Mar 16, 199558ARed Rose, e.g.A.J. Santora
Wed Dec 21, 199449AOne may be high at 5:00Alfio Micci
Wed Oct 19, 199450A4:00 function (2)D.J. Listort
Wed Jun 22, 199454DJapanese drinkArthur S. Verdesca
Wed Apr 20, 199455AEarl Grey, e.g. (4)Walter Webb
Sun Feb 27, 199410D___ serviceBette Sue Cohen
Wed Feb 2, 199420DGunpowder, e.g. (2)Robert Katz
Sun Jan 30, 1994114ASociety eventAlex K. Justin
Thu Jan 13, 199464AIt's in the bag (3)Harvey Estes
Wed Jan 5, 199422ABohea, e.g.Chet Currier
Thu Dec 9, 199347AHerbal sootherJanie Lyons
9 results for TEA from Variety puzzles:
Jul 11, 2021Panda44DEat, drinkDaniel Raymon
Jul 21, 2013Diagramless54DBoston Harbor jetsam of 1773Fred Piscop
Feb 7, 2010Diagramless50DIt may be brewingJoon Pahk
Mar 8, 2009Diagramless25ABrits take it in the afternoonMike Nothnagel
Jul 7, 2002Diagramless43DOolong, e.g.Fred Piscop
Jan 7, 2001Diagramless56AParlor affairPeter Gordon
Feb 22, 1998Diagramless20DCaddy contentsFrank Longo
Jan 11, 1998Diagramless9DSee 27-AcrossFrank Longo
Oct 19, 1997Diagramless1DTetley productFred Piscop
501 results for TEA from pre-Shortz puzzles:
Fri Nov 19, 199316AP.M. refreshmentBryant WhiteTaub
Mon Nov 1, 19939DElevenses, in EnglandBetty JorgensenTaub
Sun Sep 26, 199330DAfternoon affairJohn GreenmanTaub
Tue Sep 7, 199322ABritish ritualMorton B. BraunTaub
Sun Sep 5, 199364ABrew in 20 AcrossNancy Scandrett RossMaleska
Sun Aug 15, 199386AGunpowder, for oneJack L. SteinhardtMaleska
Tue Jun 8, 199340AHyson, e.g.Gayle DeanMaleska
Mon Jun 7, 199344DOolong, e.g.Bill PolvogtMaleska
Mon May 17, 199357DHyson is oneMary S. SnyderMaleska
Fri Feb 12, 199344DCachar, e.g.Jim PageMaleska
Tue Feb 9, 199362DAfternoon socialAlfio MicciMaleska
Mon Feb 1, 19934DPekoe, e.g.Jim PageMaleska
Sun Oct 11, 199263DCaddy's contentsRichard SilvestriMaleska
Mon Sep 21, 19924DOolong, e.g.Betty JorgensenMaleska
Thu Sep 3, 199235DCachar, e.g.Eugene T. MaleskaMaleska
Fri Aug 28, 199220AA socialSidney L. RobbinsMaleska
Tue Feb 11, 199224AOolong, e.g.Albert J. KlausMaleska
Sun Jan 5, 199241DHigh ___Jim PageMaleska
Sat Dec 7, 199136DAn infusionRosalind PavaneMaleska
Thu Nov 21, 199151AHyson or oopakRonald C. HirschfeldMaleska
Sat Nov 16, 199151DSpanish torchKevin BoyleMaleska
Sun Oct 27, 199183AHyson, e.g.Mary M. MurdochMaleska
Sat Oct 12, 199144AEarl Grey is oneEli WesoffMaleska
Wed Sep 25, 19914DBohea or congouMichael A. RampinoMaleska
Tue Jul 30, 199152ASocial eventSidney L. RobbinsMaleska
Tue Jun 18, 199157ACaddy's contentsJean M. HuntMaleska
Wed Apr 10, 199123AEarl Grey, e.g.William E. HeinemannMaleska
Tue Feb 26, 199149DSouchong or hysonWilliam E. HeinemannMaleska
Thu Feb 14, 199120AMythical Irish queenHarold B. CountsMaleska
Thu Feb 7, 19918DType of bagJean M. HuntMaleska
Fri Jan 18, 199123AAssam, e.g.Roger H. CourtneyMaleska
Sat Oct 6, 199022ACongou or cacharDaniel GirardiMaleska
Fri Jul 13, 199047DCaddy's contentsMichael A. RampinoMaleska
Fri Jun 15, 199040AMythical Irish queenArthur S. VerdescaMaleska
Sat Jun 9, 19909DCongou, e.g.Bert RosenfieldMaleska
Wed Apr 18, 199020AAfternoon socialBetty JorgensenMaleska
Sun Apr 15, 199072ACaddy's contentsJudith C. DaltonMaleska
Thu Apr 5, 199016AElevenses in ElstreeBetty JorgensenMaleska
Wed Mar 21, 19905AElevenses in LondonBetty JorgensenMaleska
Mon Feb 26, 199010AEarl Grey, e.g.Sidney L. RobbinsMaleska
Sun Jan 21, 199026DKind of wagon or potRalph G. BeamanMaleska
Tue Nov 28, 198962AEarl Grey, e.g.Sidney L. RobbinsMaleska
Tue Nov 21, 198962DHyson, e.g.Albert J. KlausMaleska
Tue Nov 14, 198913DAfternoon gatheringRichard SilvestriMaleska
Thu Oct 19, 198922AJasmine or twankayPatterson PeppleMaleska
Tue Sep 19, 198955DSocial eventSidney L. RobbinsMaleska
Mon Sep 18, 198932DHyson or oopakAlbert J. KlausMaleska
Sat Sep 9, 198939DRevolutionary party jetsamKevin BoyleMaleska
Wed Sep 6, 198937DBrighton breakLouis SabinMaleska
Tue Aug 1, 19899DHyson or souchongWilliam S. McIlrathMaleska
Sun Jul 30, 198959ASympathy's partnerFrances HansenMaleska
Mon Jul 24, 198923AOolong, e.g.Peter G. SnowMaleska
Tue Jul 11, 19896DAfternoon affairReginald L. JohnsonMaleska
Fri Jul 7, 198921DIt's in the bagJoel D. LafargueMaleska
Tue Apr 25, 198923ACongouNancy JolineMaleska
Thu Mar 9, 198947ASteeped beverageBetty JorgensenMaleska
Mon Dec 26, 198843AOolong, e.g.Betty JorgensenMaleska
Thu Sep 8, 198842ABrighton breakLouis SabinMaleska
Mon Jul 25, 198859DEarl Grey is oneSidney L. RobbinsMaleska
Tue Jun 7, 198844DSouchong, for oneDorothea E. ShippMaleska
Sun Jun 5, 1988128DEarl Grey, for oneJeanette K. BrillMaleska
Thu May 19, 198819DSri Lanka exportIrene SmullyanMaleska
Mon Apr 4, 198855DSocialSidney L. RobbinsMaleska
Sat Feb 20, 198834DCongou, e.g.Daniel GirardiMaleska
Sat Dec 26, 198748ABohea or banchaJohn GreenmanMaleska
Mon Nov 9, 198759DSocialShirley SolowayMaleska
Sat Sep 19, 198761DEarl Grey is oneCharles J. MatontiMaleska
Fri May 22, 198739DAssam, for oneBert RosenfieldMaleska
Thu May 14, 198753AGowiddie, e.g.Christopher PageMaleska
Mon May 4, 198720AGunpowder or TwankayWilliam LutwiniakMaleska
Sun Feb 8, 19878DEarl Grey, e.g.Norma SteinbergMaleska
Tue Dec 16, 198652AHyson or boheaJeanne WilsonMaleska
Fri Nov 21, 198610DMythical Irish queenJudith PerryMaleska
Wed Aug 20, 198624AEnglishman's charDale O. BurgenerMaleska
Fri Aug 1, 198643ADarjeeling, e.g.Jim PageMaleska
Sun Jun 1, 1986107ATwankay is oneCharles M. DeberMaleska
Sat May 3, 198648AAssam, e.g.JonesMaleska
Mon Apr 28, 198665D"___ and Sympathy," Anderson playJames R. BurnsMaleska
Wed Feb 26, 19869DPekoe or hysonNorma SteinbergMaleska
Wed Feb 12, 198664DHyson, e.g.Joy L. WoukMaleska
Tue Dec 24, 198510ATcha or TwankayWilliam S. McIlrathMaleska
Sat Dec 7, 198534DGowiddie is oneGayle DeanMaleska
Fri Nov 22, 198567DOolong, e.g.Gayle DeanMaleska
Fri Nov 15, 198525DHigh time in Hampshire?HickmottMaleska
Thu Aug 22, 198536ASunglo, e.g.Eli WesoffMaleska
Thu Jul 18, 198512DOolong, e.g.Eli WesoffMaleska
Mon Jul 15, 198534AHyson, e.g.Arthur W. PalmerMaleska
Sun Jun 30, 198584AFamed cargo of BostonCaroline G. FitzgeraldMaleska
Sat May 11, 198567ACaddy contentsJohn M. SamsonMaleska
Fri Apr 12, 198533DOolong, e.g.Peter G. SnowMaleska
Thu Mar 28, 198525AJetsam of 1773Joel D. LafargueMaleska
Tue Mar 5, 198549AAfternoon receptionWhittenMaleska
Sat Mar 2, 198538AGunpowder, e.g.Larry GoldhirschMaleska
Fri Jan 25, 19857DCachar, e.g.Peter G. SnowMaleska
Sun Dec 16, 198471ABritish breakBarbara Lunder GillisMaleska
Tue Nov 20, 198410DOolong or pekoeLeslieMaleska
Wed Oct 3, 198427DYerba mateJohn GreenmanMaleska
Sun Sep 16, 19845DAfternoon gatheringEdward MarcheseMaleska
Thu Aug 30, 198439ATwankay, e.g.Eugene T. MaleskaMaleska
Wed Jul 25, 198422AAfternoon partyWhittenMaleska
Sun Jul 1, 198491AAssam or twankayRobert H. WolfeMaleska
Sun Jun 10, 1984144DCongou, e.g.Mary Virginia OrnaMaleska
Thu May 31, 198439ACambric ___ (hot drink)HickmottMaleska
Wed May 2, 198412DAfternoon eventWorthingMaleska
Wed Apr 18, 198429DKind of room or timeRobert KatzMaleska
Wed Mar 14, 198437APekoe or hyson, e.g.Albert J. KlausMaleska
Tue Mar 13, 198445ALapsang souchong, e.g.TroxellMaleska
Sun Jan 22, 198424DHyson, e.g.Frances HansenMaleska
Thu Oct 27, 19839DCongou, e.g.Bernice GordonMaleska
Tue Oct 11, 198339ASouchong is oneNancy A. WoodMaleska
Wed Sep 21, 19838DEarl Grey is oneFrances HansenMaleska
Mon Sep 12, 198340ASri Lanka exportEugene T. MaleskaMaleska
Sun Aug 28, 198338ACaddy contentsMaura B. JacobsonMaleska
Mon Aug 22, 198320AHyson, for oneNancy McCarthyMaleska
Thu May 5, 198354DBoston jetsamBert RosenfieldMaleska
Wed Apr 13, 198361DHyson is oneEugene T. MaleskaMaleska
Wed Apr 6, 198313DAn infusionTorreyMaleska
Thu Mar 17, 198336AKind of trayCharles EnglerMaleska
Wed Mar 16, 198354DCachar, e.g.A. J. SantoraMaleska
Sun Feb 20, 198358AHyson, e.g.Maurice J. TeitelbaumMaleska
Mon Jan 31, 198356DCaddy's contentsSidney L. RobbinsMaleska
Sat Jan 29, 198356AHyson or AssamJack L. SteinhardtMaleska
Mon Dec 6, 198228DEarl Grey, e.g.WhittenMaleska
Sat Dec 4, 198234DRussians call it "chai"TreuschMaleska
Wed Nov 3, 198232A"Sympathy" partnerJeanette K. BrillMaleska
Sun Oct 31, 1982107ADarjeeling, e.g.John M. SamsonMaleska
Thu Sep 2, 19829DIced or spiced itemBette Sue CohenMaleska
Mon Jul 12, 198250ARefreshment for Jane MarpleBette Sue CohenMaleska
Fri Jun 4, 198248DEnglish ritualCatherine BenanteMaleska
Sat Apr 24, 19822DCongou or sungloAlbert L. MisenkoMaleska
Thu Jan 21, 198257DDon Meredith's quaffA. J. SantoraMaleska
Mon Jan 11, 198254DKind of party given by Sam Adams et al.Herb L. RisteenMaleska
Sun Nov 1, 1981146DCachar on congouCaroline G. FitzgeraldMaleska
Mon Oct 26, 198156DHyson is oneHerb L. RisteenMaleska
Mon Sep 28, 198140A"___ and Sympathy"Grace FabbroniMaleska
Sun Sep 13, 198198ASee 85 AcrossElaine D. SchorrMaleska
Fri Sep 11, 198139ACha or boheaWilliam LutwiniakMaleska
Mon Sep 7, 198145ABritish collationDavid GalefMaleska
Sat Sep 5, 198131DExport from CalcuttaHallie & Gerald ParsonsMaleska
Sun Aug 30, 198194AEarl Grey, for oneDorothea E. ShippMaleska
Tue Aug 18, 198119AKind of dance or partyChristy RidleyMaleska
Sun Aug 2, 1981112DHistoric Boston jetsamBert RosenfieldMaleska
Thu Jun 11, 198146ABancha is oneC. J. AngioMaleska
Sun Jun 7, 1981101ASunglo, e.g.E.T.M.Maleska
Mon Apr 27, 198162ADarjeeling, e.g.Daniel DeutschMaleska
Sun Apr 12, 198113DCaddy's contentsElaine D. SchorrMaleska
Sun Apr 5, 198180ACachar, e.g.John McCarthy SamsonMaleska
Wed Mar 25, 198163AJasmine, e.g.Bernice GordonMaleska
Thu Mar 12, 19812D"___ and Sympathy," 1953 hitMazarakesMaleska
Sun Mar 8, 1981122DOrange pekoeMary Virginia OrnaMaleska
Sun Feb 22, 1981136DGunpowder, for oneTap OsbornMaleska
Tue Dec 16, 198031AGunpowder or hysonTap OsbornMaleska
Sat Oct 18, 198055D"___ and Sympathy"George P. SphicasMaleska
Sun Sep 7, 1980141DBoston jetsam: Dec. 16, 1773Caroline G. FitzgeraldMaleska
Mon Aug 11, 198035ALight meal, in LondonHerb L. RisteenMaleska
Tue Mar 25, 198035AShipment from ChinaHerb L. RisteenMaleska
Sun Mar 9, 1980131ABritish collationBert H. KruseMaleska
Wed Mar 5, 198022DJetsam for Sam Adams's menA. J. SantoraMaleska
Thu Jan 17, 198010D"___ for Two"William LutwiniakMaleska
Thu Dec 27, 197953AWord with pot or partyHallie & Gerald ParsonsMaleska
Sun Dec 9, 197974AJasmine, e.g.Lynn Gilbert LempelMaleska
Mon Sep 10, 19799DSamovar brewSamuel K. FliegnerMaleska
Wed Jul 11, 197930ATisane, e.g.Kathryn RighterMaleska
Sat Jun 2, 197949DBrew in a bagJack LuzzattoMaleska
Tue Apr 10, 197920AWonderland partyJudson G. TrentMaleska
Wed Mar 28, 197962AKind of table or wagonKathryn RighterMaleska
Thu Dec 21, 197864AIndian exportNorton RhoadesMaleska
Tue Dec 5, 197811DSri Lanka exportHerb L. RisteenMaleska
Mon Nov 27, 197863AHyson, for onePaul SchwarzbaumMaleska
Thu Nov 16, 197855DKind of partyHerb L. RisteenMaleska
Mon Nov 13, 197840AJasmine is oneC. J. AngioMaleska
Mon Jul 24, 19788DKind of rose or partyHerb L. RisteenMaleska
Sun Jun 18, 197845AOopak or hysonTap OsbornMaleska
Fri Jun 2, 197816DExport from MalawiHugh McElroyMaleska
Wed Feb 22, 197839AOolongWilliam LutwiniakMaleska
Thu Dec 8, 197728ASri Lanka exportDorothea E. ShippMaleska
Thu Dec 1, 197753DOopak is oneTap OsbornMaleska
Mon Oct 24, 197739ABritish worker's "cuppa char"GeherMaleska
Thu Oct 13, 197733AKind of cup or bagMartha J. DeWittMaleska
Wed Aug 10, 197756D"___ and Sympathy"Herb L. RisteenMaleska
Mon Aug 8, 197746ALight afternoon mealBernsteinMaleska
Sun Jul 31, 197753DHyson, e.g.Tom MixonMaleska
Mon Jul 11, 197756AScone companionJim PageMaleska
Sat Jun 25, 197753AAfternoon partyHallie & Gerald ParsonsMaleska
Sun Jun 5, 197752DEarl Grey, e.g.Barbara GillisMaleska
Sun May 15, 197729ABoston jetsamMaria G. RiceMaleska
Wed Apr 13, 197753DWonderland partyMartha J. DeWittMaleska
Fri Apr 1, 197777ACrumpets' partnerJordan S. LasherMaleska
Mon Mar 21, 197756ABoston jetsam: 1773Louise EarnestMaleska
Tue Feb 15, 197743ABeverageMel RosenWeng
Sat Feb 12, 197743AHome brewJack LuzzattoWeng
Sat Jan 8, 197710DHyson or katJames BarrickWeng
Fri Dec 10, 19766DHigh or icedWilsonWeng
Fri Nov 19, 197621DBrewed drinkManny MillerWeng
Wed Nov 10, 197629DSri Lanka exportElaine D. SchorrWeng
Sat Nov 6, 197658DSomething for twoLansingWeng
Thu Sep 2, 197618DSocialJordan S. LasherWeng
Thu Aug 26, 197623AEnglish breakJean J. DavisonWeng
Sun Jul 11, 1976118ABoston jetsamBarbara GillisWeng
Mon Jun 28, 197653AIt's often for twoSidney L. RobbinsWeng
Wed May 5, 197650ABeverageMcCainWeng
Wed Apr 28, 197663ARepastReginald L. JohnsonWeng
Fri Feb 20, 197611DBeverageAlice H. KaufmanWeng
Fri Jan 23, 197646AOccasion for twoSophie FiermanWeng
Sun Nov 2, 1975119DRepastGeorge Rose SmithWeng
Thu Oct 30, 19756DBrewOlga KowalsWeng
Mon Oct 20, 19754DRepastD. JacobsWeng
Mon Oct 13, 197549ABeverageJohn PrytzWeng
Sun Oct 12, 197560DRepastRobert RoopWeng
Fri Aug 29, 197535APartner of sympathyJordan S. LasherWeng
Tue May 6, 197522ADarjeelingWilliam LutwiniakWeng
Tue Apr 15, 197535DBeverageJohn PrytzWeng
Sat Mar 29, 197522ABeverageArthur SchulmanWeng
Sun Mar 23, 197532AButterfly's beverageTom MixonWeng
Thu Feb 13, 19758DRepastJames BarrickWeng
Thu Jan 16, 197566APekoeA. J. SantoraWeng
Fri Jan 3, 197538DBlack or greenRaymond F. EisnerWeng
Mon Dec 2, 197466DSri Lanka exportHerb L. RisteenWeng
Mon Nov 18, 197435DRepastGlasserWeng
Sat Oct 5, 197419ASouchongDorothea E. ShippWeng
Mon Sep 30, 19749DTide-over mealJoseph McLaughlinWeng
Mon Sep 23, 197425ARepastRaymond F. EisnerWeng
Sun Sep 15, 19745DDrinkThreba JohnsonWeng
Sat Sep 7, 197423AChaWilliam LutwiniakWeng
Fri Aug 30, 197467ASocial eventJoan DeRossoWeng
Sat Jul 27, 197422ACeylon shipmentThomas SheehanWeng
Tue May 28, 197443ADarjeeling, for oneRaymond F. EisnerWeng
Mon May 6, 197432AOolongGeorge LaczkoWeng
Sat Mar 30, 197453DAssam specialtyJoseph LaFauciWeng
Thu Mar 21, 197451DSympathy's partnerBeverly J. SewardWeng
Sun Mar 10, 1974124AComing-out partyA. J. SantoraWeng
Sat Dec 22, 197338ACeylon exportUnknownWeng
Mon Nov 26, 197358ADrinkUnknownWeng
Fri Sep 7, 19739DSouchongUnknownWeng
Wed Aug 15, 197328ABeverageUnknownWeng
Mon Aug 13, 197324AOolongUnknownWeng
Thu Jun 7, 19736DOolongUnknownWeng
Wed Jun 6, 197313DBeverage for twoUnknownWeng
Wed Apr 11, 197363DReceptionUnknownWeng
Sat Aug 19, 197263DDrinkUnknownWeng
Sun Jul 9, 197271DRepastJean ReedWeng
Sun Jun 4, 197234ABeverageArnold MossWeng
Sat May 27, 197221ARepastUnknownWeng
Thu Apr 27, 197223ABeverageUnknownWeng
Sun Apr 23, 197214DBohea or jasmineEugene T. MaleskaWeng
Sun Apr 2, 19726DAsian exportBert KruseWeng
Thu Mar 9, 197234ABoheaUnknownWeng
Sun Feb 13, 1972123AGreen or blackBert RosenfieldWeng
Mon Jan 31, 197215ASouchongUnknownWeng
Tue Nov 23, 197159DHysonUnknownWeng
Thu Sep 9, 197162DReceptionUnknownWeng
Mon Aug 23, 197152DBeverageUnknownWeng
Mon Jun 7, 19717DBeverageUnknownWeng
Tue May 4, 19719DLight snackUnknownWeng
Sun Apr 25, 1971124AReceptionNancy W. AtkinsonWeng
Thu Apr 8, 19718DSocial affairUnknownWeng
Sat Apr 3, 197127ASocial occasionUnknownWeng
Sat Nov 14, 197035DPekoeUnknownWeng
Sun Nov 8, 197070ADrinkEdward J. O'BrienWeng
Fri Oct 30, 197064AChaUnknownWeng
Sun Oct 11, 197040ABlack or greenElmer ToroWeng
Tue Sep 8, 197046ABoheaUnknownWeng
Sat Aug 22, 197026DOolongUnknownWeng
Tue Aug 18, 197035ANoncocktail partyUnknownWeng
Fri Jul 24, 197022ASouchongUnknownWeng
Tue Jul 7, 197026ADrinkUnknownWeng
Thu Mar 26, 197031DDrinkUnknownWeng
Tue Mar 3, 197062DOolongUnknownWeng
Fri Feb 27, 197029ABrewUnknownWeng
Sun Jan 25, 197027DCongouEugene T. MaleskaWeng
Fri Jan 23, 197054DBeverageUnknownWeng
Sun Jan 4, 197078ASympathy's partnerFrances HansenWeng
Sun Dec 21, 1969133ADrinkAnne FoxWeng
Wed Dec 3, 196941AChinese shrub.UnknownWeng
Sun Nov 16, 196913DCrumpets' companionB. H. KruseWeng
Fri Oct 31, 196937AIndian export.UnknownWeng
Tue Sep 16, 196924ASee 23 Across.UnknownWeng
Tue Aug 5, 196926ABall or biscuit.UnknownWeng
Thu Jun 26, 196933ASocial doing.UnknownWeng
Sun Jun 8, 196975DRefreshmentAnthony MorseWeng
Wed May 7, 196958AEnglish repast.UnknownWeng
Wed Apr 9, 196931ARepast.UnknownWeng
Sat Mar 29, 196940AOolong.UnknownWeng
Sat Jan 25, 196939ABohea.UnknownWeng
Wed Dec 4, 19686DSocial gathering.UnknownFarrar
Tue Nov 5, 196862DParty.UnknownFarrar
Tue Oct 22, 196822ALight collation.UnknownFarrar
Sun Sep 22, 196890ADarjeelingWilliam A. Lewis Jr.Farrar
Mon Aug 19, 196835DBohea.UnknownFarrar
Sat Jun 29, 196822DSocial.UnknownFarrar
Mon May 13, 196822AMeal of a kind.UnknownFarrar
Sat May 11, 196861DMild stimulant.UnknownFarrar
Wed Mar 20, 196843ASocial occasion.UnknownFarrar
Sat Mar 16, 196823AOolong.UnknownFarrar
Fri Feb 23, 196834AParty beverage.UnknownFarrar
Thu Oct 19, 196745DHyson.UnknownFarrar
Tue Oct 3, 19677DSocial.UnknownFarrar
Fri Sep 22, 196719ABeverage.William LandisFarrar
Sun Sep 10, 196776DGunpowder.William A. Lewis, Jr.Farrar
Wed May 10, 196764AType of party.William LutwiniakFarrar
Mon Feb 6, 196755AType of rose.Leonard SussmanFarrar
Fri Dec 23, 196647ASociable.UnknownFarrar
Tue Dec 20, 196646ABeverage.UnknownFarrar
Sun Dec 18, 1966107DParty.Leonard SussmanFarrar
Sun Oct 30, 196611DSocial event.Threba JohnsonFarrar
Sun Oct 16, 1966120DParty.Sidney LambertFarrar
Thu Oct 13, 196659DEvergreen plant.Arthur SchulmanFarrar
Sat Oct 8, 196622AKind of rose.UnknownFarrar
Sat Sep 17, 196619AGunpowder, for one.UnknownFarrar
Thu Aug 25, 196642AP.M. party.UnknownFarrar
Fri Apr 22, 196619AParty.UnknownFarrar
Tue Feb 15, 196626DBeverage.UnknownFarrar
Tue Jan 11, 19667DKind of rose.UnknownFarrar
Sun Jan 2, 196611DBetween-meals snack.Jack LuzzattoFarrar
Sun Nov 28, 196557DDrink.Will WengFarrar
Thu Sep 30, 196543AElevenses refreshment.UnknownFarrar
Thu Sep 23, 196538AKind of rose.UnknownFarrar
Tue Jul 20, 196532DCeylon export.UnknownFarrar
Tue Mar 16, 196564DSocial affair.UnknownFarrar
Wed Feb 3, 196527ASocial event.UnknownFarrar
Tue Jan 26, 196522ACeylon crop.UnknownFarrar
Tue Jan 19, 19659DKind of rose.UnknownFarrar
Fri Dec 11, 196441DHyson, for one.UnknownFarrar
Tue Nov 24, 19649ACeylon export.UnknownFarrar
Thu Oct 15, 196425DOolong.UnknownFarrar
Sun Sep 6, 196450DA drink.Will WengFarrar
Wed Aug 26, 196434DKind of party.UnknownFarrar
Sun Apr 26, 196499DBrew.Sidney LambertFarrar
Mon Mar 30, 196441AKind of 13 Down.UnknownFarrar
Fri Jan 31, 19645AOolong.UnknownFarrar
Mon Jan 13, 196444ASouchong.Walter ColtFarrar
Fri Jan 10, 196460DOolong.Marvin AledortFarrar
Sun Dec 22, 1963112DDrink.Brice MetcalfeFarrar
Sun Dec 15, 196336AHyson or congou.Jules Arensberg and Herbert EttensonFarrar
Wed Dec 11, 196335DKind of rose.Thomas MeekinFarrar
Mon Nov 11, 196334AReception.A. H. Drummond, Jr.Farrar
Thu Oct 10, 196320ALight collation.William A. Lewis, Jr.Farrar
Sat Oct 5, 196347ADrink.Brice MetcalfeFarrar
Fri Oct 4, 196344AHybrid rose.Joseph LaFauciFarrar
Fri Apr 19, 19637D"___ for Two."UnknownFarrar
Fri Mar 22, 196325DOolong.Louis SabinFarrar
Mon Mar 11, 196363DGunpowder, for example.Helen FasuloFarrar
Fri Mar 1, 196326ALight collation.John ByrneFarrar
Sat Feb 23, 196362DSouchong.A. J. SantoraFarrar
Thu Feb 14, 196337DDrink.Brice MetcalfeFarrar
Sat Dec 1, 196235ABeverage.UnknownFarrar
Thu Nov 8, 196240ALight meal.UnknownFarrar
Tue Nov 6, 196252ABeverage.UnknownFarrar
Sun Sep 23, 196213ABritish custom.A. J. SantoraFarrar
Thu Aug 9, 196218DCollation.UnknownFarrar
Wed Jul 25, 196221DKind of rose.Anna GramFarrar
Wed Jun 20, 196221AOolong.Lois HillisFarrar
Tue May 22, 196220ALight meal.Michael DubinFarrar
Sun May 13, 1962100DKind of rose.Threba JohnsonFarrar
Fri May 11, 196230DBritish meal.Joseph LaFauciFarrar
Thu May 3, 196211ABeverage.Joseph CrowellFarrar
Sun Apr 29, 196261D___ cozy.W. E. JonesFarrar
Mon Apr 2, 196249DKind of rose.Madeline CorseFarrar
Sun Apr 1, 196251ACongou.Herbert EttensonFarrar
Fri Mar 23, 196234ABohea.Joseph S. CrowellFarrar
Sun Mar 18, 196267DBeverage.Hume CraftFarrar
Fri Feb 23, 196235ALight repast.Cora GoodmanFarrar
Mon Feb 12, 196260AA kind of rose.Brice MetcalfeFarrar
Tue Jan 23, 19628DCollation.Michael DubinFarrar
Sat Nov 11, 196153AChinese shrub.UnknownFarrar
Sun Nov 5, 196187DHyson.Brice MetcalfeFarrar
Thu Aug 24, 196128ALondon custom.UnknownFarrar
Wed May 17, 196130ALight collation.UnknownFarrar
Sun Apr 16, 196143DHyson.Aida CromwellFarrar
Wed Apr 5, 196137ALight collation.UnknownFarrar
Sun Dec 18, 1960110DKind of rose.Thomas MeekinFarrar
Sun Nov 20, 196026DJapanese ceremony.Jack LuzzattoFarrar
Sun Oct 9, 1960102ABeverage.Herbert LyleFarrar
Sat Aug 6, 196011DBeverage.UnknownFarrar
Thu May 5, 196046DMaté.UnknownFarrar
Mon Mar 21, 196010DCollation.UnknownFarrar
Thu Feb 11, 196035ALight collation.UnknownFarrar
Sun Feb 7, 196063ACongou or gunpowder.Jules ArensbergFarrar
Tue Feb 2, 196056ABeverage.UnknownFarrar
Mon Jan 18, 196028ALight lunch.UnknownFarrar
Wed Dec 9, 195922AGreen or black ___.UnknownFarrar
Mon Nov 16, 19592DMild beverage.UnknownFarrar
Mon Aug 17, 195941DOolong.Mary S. ManningFarrar
Thu Jul 30, 19593DEnglish breakfast beverage.UnknownFarrar
Sun Apr 26, 1959121DGunpowder.Sam LakeFarrar
Wed Mar 18, 195963ASupper.Thomas MeekinFarrar
Wed Feb 11, 195921AOolong.Anthony MorseFarrar
Sun Feb 1, 19594DDarjeeling.Harold T. BersFarrar
Wed Jan 28, 195943ASocial function.S. A. KayFarrar
Mon Oct 27, 195838AAfternoon function.Helen FasuloFarrar
Mon Oct 13, 195861ASouchong.Jules ArensbergFarrar
Thu Apr 24, 195839DBeverage.UnknownFarrar
Wed Mar 26, 195835ABritish custom.Walter H. BlumFarrar
Sun Feb 9, 195878AKind of rose.W. E. JonesFarrar
Sun Jan 19, 195838DKind of cup.Harold T. BersFarrar
Wed Dec 25, 195735ALight meal.UnknownFarrar
Tue Dec 3, 195739D"___ For Two."UnknownFarrar
Thu Nov 7, 195738ANow it's in the bag.UnknownFarrar
Thu Oct 17, 195754DCamomile ___.UnknownFarrar
Wed Sep 25, 195757ALight meal, in Britain.Helen FasuloFarrar
Mon Aug 19, 19578DImportant import.Eugene T. MaleskaFarrar
Mon Jul 15, 195732DInfusion.Madeline CorseFarrar
Thu May 16, 195725AP. M. collation.UnknownFarrar
Sun May 12, 195789DGreen ___.Marion MoeserFarrar
Tue Apr 16, 19577DOolong.Eugene T. MaleskaFarrar
Sun Apr 7, 19575DJasmine, for example.Arthur SchulmanFarrar
Sun Mar 24, 195736AGunpowder.Eugene T. MaleskaFarrar
Wed Jan 2, 195759DHyson.Charles BaronFarrar
Mon Dec 24, 195647D___ rose.Helen FasuloFarrar
Fri Dec 7, 195645AParty.H. L. RisteenFarrar
Sat Nov 10, 195626AInfusion.UnknownFarrar
Tue Oct 2, 195623AType of rose.UnknownFarrar
Mon Sep 3, 195642ABeverage.UnknownFarrar
Thu Aug 30, 195654DParty.UnknownFarrar
Thu May 3, 195635DOolong.UnknownFarrar
Tue Apr 17, 195633DBeverage.UnknownFarrar
Mon Mar 12, 195659D"___ for Two."Louis SabinFarrar
Thu Dec 29, 195558DParty.UnknownFarrar
Sun Sep 25, 1955109DJapanese ceremony.Jack LuzzattoFarrar
Fri Aug 19, 195527AFive-o'clock affair.Thomas MeekinFarrar
Thu Aug 11, 195554AImportant import.UnknownFarrar
Tue Jul 19, 195519ALight meal.UnknownFarrar
Thu Mar 3, 195559DHyson or gunpowder.Ralph AndersonFarrar
Thu Feb 3, 195549AParty.Fletcher CoatesFarrar
Sat Dec 25, 195468DParty.George HendersonFarrar
Mon Nov 29, 195454AWhite-flowered evergreen plant.UnknownFarrar
Thu Nov 25, 195446DHigh ___.Harold T. BersFarrar
Wed Nov 24, 195446DLight collation.Herbert EttensonFarrar
Mon Nov 15, 195435DPleasant English custom.Cora GoodmanFarrar
Tue Nov 2, 195441DOolong.Roberta MorseFarrar
Sat Oct 16, 195440DSouchong.Thomas J. VarnerFarrar
Mon Sep 13, 195467DThe cup that cheers.Elsie BishopFarrar
Thu Sep 9, 195430ASocial gathering.UnknownFarrar
Thu Aug 19, 19549DOolong.William F. BulowFarrar
Fri May 28, 195451ADarjeeling.Israel GitterFarrar
Sun Jan 10, 195432A"___ and Sympathy."Harold T. BersFarrar
Mon Dec 28, 195338AIt comes in paper bags.Marian MoeserFarrar
Fri Dec 25, 195332AGift from the Orient.Jack ChaikinFarrar
Wed Nov 4, 195324AAfternoon affair.UnknownFarrar
Sat Aug 22, 195353AOolong.UnknownFarrar
Sun Aug 16, 195391ASocial event.Joseph LaFauciFarrar
Sat Aug 15, 195336ACrumpet chaser.Isaac KertFarrar
Sat Aug 8, 195346ASocial gathering.Eugene T. MaleskaFarrar
Fri Aug 7, 195338AEnglish custom.UnknownFarrar
Sun Jul 19, 195396ALiterary collation.Harold T. BersFarrar
Tue Jun 16, 195357DWhite-flowered evergreen plant.S. A. KayFarrar
Sun Jun 7, 195329AIced ___.Harold T. BersFarrar
Sun May 24, 195398A___ rose.Alice CookFarrar
Mon May 18, 195361DProduct of Ceylon.Diana SessionsFarrar
Fri May 1, 19539DCeylon product.UnknownFarrar
Sat Apr 11, 19538DIt's served in British cinemas.Harold T. BersFarrar
Tue Sep 2, 195264DKind of party.UnknownFarrar
Thu Aug 21, 195242DCongou or souchong.UnknownFarrar
Wed Jul 2, 195256DA mate of maté.UnknownFarrar
Sat Jun 21, 195249APopular iced beverage.UnknownFarrar
Tue Jun 17, 195259DBritish custom.UnknownFarrar
Fri May 9, 195222DSoothing beverage.UnknownFarrar
Sun May 4, 195287AP. M. snack.Willard N. JordanFarrar
Mon Apr 14, 195258DEnglish breakfast.UnknownFarrar
Tue Mar 25, 195265DType of reception.UnknownFarrar
Wed Feb 27, 19529DHyson or gunpowder.Jack LuzzattoFarrar
Thu Feb 21, 195221AOld English custom.UnknownFarrar
Sun Jan 6, 1952100DDrink in a Youmans song title.Ethel LeStrangeFarrar
Thu Dec 27, 19514DExport from Ceylon.UnknownFarrar
Sun Dec 9, 195127AGunpowder, for instance.John RogetFarrar
Wed Oct 17, 195150ADarjeeling.UnknownFarrar
Wed Sep 26, 19514DPopular beverage.UnknownFarrar
Fri Sep 14, 195160DSupper.UnknownFarrar
Mon Sep 3, 195154DBritish meal.UnknownFarrar
Sun Jul 22, 1951106ACult of Japan.Jack LuzzattoFarrar
Tue Jun 26, 195137DAlternative to 6 Down.UnknownFarrar
Fri Apr 27, 195153DPredecessor of the cocktail party.UnknownFarrar
Wed Apr 4, 195116D"___ for Two."UnknownFarrar
Mon Mar 19, 195140ABritish meal.Leonard GoldbergFarrar
Fri Mar 9, 195120AMad Hatter's affair.Harold T. BersFarrar
Fri Oct 6, 195037DBritish meal.Robert HeglerFarrar
Sun Jun 12, 1949136D___ party.Alberta N. BurtonFarrar
Sun Feb 6, 194936DAfternoon social.G. A. K. SuttonFarrar
Sun Sep 12, 1948116ACollation.J. P. WordenFarrar
Sun Jan 4, 194872ACommon British-Russian interest.P. J. LamannaFarrar
Sun Nov 30, 1947142DAfternoon snack.Harold T. BersFarrar
Sun Jun 29, 1947141DThe cup that cheers.Lester KeeneFarrar
Sun Mar 30, 194735AWhat the fagot-worm attacks.Louis JenkinsFarrar
Sun Feb 23, 194741ACrumpet chaser.Archie KreilingFarrar
Sun Jan 26, 1947120AAfternoon timeout for Englishmen.Harold T. BersFarrar
Sun Dec 1, 194612DParty.S. K. FliegnerFarrar
Sun Oct 6, 194690ASocial gathering.Willard JordanFarrar
Sun Aug 11, 194691AChina's donation to English custom.Louis BaronFarrar
Sun Jul 28, 1946113ADrink.A. H. CookFarrar
Sun Mar 3, 194686AEvening meal.Laird C. AddisFarrar
Sun Jan 13, 194694ABriton's favorite.Elizabeth PattersonFarrar
Sun Apr 1, 194528AParty.Louis BaronFarrar
Sun Dec 24, 194459DCollation.C. E. NoelFarrar
Sun Nov 12, 1944110DBeverage herb.Clara RusheFarrar
Sun Jul 16, 194465AInfusion.Harriot T. CookeFarrar
Sun Apr 30, 194437AProduct of Ceylon.Alexis P. BoodbergFarrar
Sun Apr 16, 1944130ADrink made from Chinese "gunpowder."Bert StoreyFarrar
Sun Mar 26, 1944142DGunpowder ___.Jonathan CrossFarrar
Sun Oct 3, 194352ADrink.P. J. LamannaFarrar
Sun Oct 11, 194286A"I am glad I was not born before ___."—Sydney Smith.Alvin AshbyFarrar
Sun May 10, 1942102ABeverage.Louis ShieldsFarrar
Anagrams:AET, ETA, EAT, TAE, ATE
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