ice tea

IPA: ˈaɪstˈi

noun

  • Alternative form of iced tea [(uncountable) Cold tea, a beverage.]

Examples of "ice-tea" in Sentences

  • The people sit and drink something that looks like ice-tea.
  • Damn, there goes my monitor again, all covered with raspberry ice-tea.
  • Vibrant and bright citrus that is sweet and refreshing, like a honeyed ice-tea.
  • The lemons, lemons, lemons I had daily to slice to complete the ice-tea orders!
  • It was still so hot that, at supper, everyone drank a lot of ice-tea and ate a lot of ice-cream.
  • We had an ice-tea and chatted about Nashville, and being in the Biz I told him I thought he had a great voice.
  • As I look at you, your skin resembles the fine smooth plastic of peach colored ice-tea pitchers, reflective in sheen.
  •   As I look at you, your skin resembles the fine smooth plastic of peach colored ice-tea pitchers, reflective in sheen.
  • By degrees my Nazarite teachings lost their force, the customs of the society about me were adopted and every sort of refreshment partaken of that was served, - wined ice-tea being a specialty.
  • 'I first met Mary St John in 1942,' Roberts says on the porch of her Fredericksburg home, where she offers me a pitcher of ice-tea and hands me a photograph of herself and her wartime college room-mate.

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