Definition of "teashop" [teashop]

  • See tearoom. (noun)
  • Chiefly British A luncheonette or small restaurant. (noun)

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Use "teashop" in a sentence
  • "A teashop is a community gathering place, which naturally lends itself to lots of stories."
  • "I thought in this instance - the teashop was the ball - in a discussion about his (alleged) corruption surely one should be allowed to offer an opinion."
  • "“There is still room to change at the small scale,” said an AIDS activist, sipping juice in a teashop."