teabag

1. noun
A cloth or paper packet generally containing enough tea to brew one cup.

“Edith,” Sam said, “hand me a teabag so I can enjoy some tea!”

2. verb
a) To lower one’s testicles into the mouth of another person, or onto the face or head of another person.

Or a Duke reserve (name withheld for obvious reasons) passing out at a Chapel Hill frat and getting, uh, teabagged for the camera?

b) To protest against those favoring increasing economic power of the US federal government.

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  • teabag — (n.) also tea bag 1857, a small permeable packet for holding loose tea, from TEA (Cf. tea) + BAG (Cf. bag). As a sex act, by 2000 …   Etymology dictionary

  • teabag — tea bag n. A small porous sack holding enough tea leaves to make an individual serving of tea. * * * …   Universalium

  • teabag — tea|bag [ˈti:bæg] n a small paper bag with tea leaves inside, used for making tea …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • teabag — see tea bag …   English dictionary

  • teabag — small porous bag that contains tea leaves to make tea …   English contemporary dictionary

  • teabag — noun (C) a small paper bag with tea leaves inside, used for making tea …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • teabag —  n.m. Sachet de thé …   Le dictionnaire des mots absents des autres dictionnaires

  • teabag — tea bag or teaˈbag noun A bag containing tea leaves for infusion • • • Main Entry: ↑tea …   Useful english dictionary

  • Teabag folding — is a form of origami the development of which is credited to Tiny (pronounced Teeny) van der Plas, who as a practitioner of origami developed the technique in 1992 as a papercraft art for embellishing greeting cards. It uses small square pieces… …   Wikipedia

  • Paper bag problem — In geometry, the paper bag problem or teabag problem involves calculating the maximum possible inflated volume of an initially flat sealed rectangular bag which has the same shape as a cushion or pillow, made out of two pieces of material which… …   Wikipedia

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