Adjective "teabagging" definition and examples

(Teabagging may not be an adjective, but it can be used as an adjective, click here to find out.)

Pronunciation

/ˈtiːbaɡ/

Definitions and examples

noun

A small porous sachet containing tea leaves or powdered tea, on to which boiling water is poured in order to make a drink of tea.
  1. 'She peered over his shoulder as she grabbed a tea bag.'
  2. 'For puffiness, place a wet tea bag over your eyes (uh, close 'em first) for 10 minutes.'
  3. 'The tea bag is fished out from the first ‘brewing’ mug, and placed in the bottom of the empty ‘warm’ mug, where a small splash of milk is poured over it.'
  4. 'She reached around into a cupboard behind her and grabbed a tea bag, dispensing it into the scalding water.'
  5. 'These farms could have a small processing plant on site which could take the dry ingredients and put them in a form familiar to the patients who use traditional healers: in other words, the humble tea bag.'
  6. 'But he just sat gazing down at the message on his tea bag: Marriage is when there are two bodies but only one soul.'
  7. 'They're round, square or pyramid-shaped, but surely a tea bag should be T-shaped - a branding dream, simple.'
  8. 'I never have supplies of anything in preparation for running out of it, and consequently visitors to my flat huddle in partial darkness, sharing a tea bag.'
  9. 'These are contained within a retrievable tea bag.'
  10. 'After his request for a cup of tea fell on deaf ears, by way of protest, he is reported to have sent a cross letter to Central Office with a tea bag attached.'

More definitions

1. to place one's scrotum in the mouth of (one's sexual partner).

More examples(as adjective)

"machines can be teabagging."

Origin

(tea-bag)