words that end with TEA


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words that end with TEA

Postby rabbit » Feb 15th, '06, 12:03

Name words that end with 'ty' and replace them with 'TEA' (you can do this with peoples names as well... but with names the 'TEA' can be in any part, not just the end)

subtleTEA,
certainTEA,
frailTEA,
loyalTEA,
royalTEA,
eccentriciTEA,
technicaliTEA,
peculiariTEA,
sereniTEA :D
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Postby Jing Cha » Feb 15th, '06, 12:38

bestialitea

morbiditea

mediocritea

gravitea

masculinitea

sexualitea

sensualitea

moralitea

libertea

brutalitea

stupiditea

vitalitea

neutralitea

legalitea

frugalitea

localitea

normalitea

totalitea

mentalitea

formalitea

fatalitea

dualitea

spiritualitea

modalitea

realitea

homosexualitea

congenialitea

confidentialitea

municipalitea

irrationalitea

abnormalitea

musicalitea

practicalitea

commonalitea

actualitea

tonalitea

trivialitea

finalitea
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Postby rabbit » Feb 15th, '06, 12:44

jeeze, leave some for others! after the first few on your list I was afraid to keep reading :P
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Postby Jing Cha » Feb 15th, '06, 13:10

sorry -- just wrote what came to mind

i suppose it would make for an interesting psychoanalysis, eh?
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Postby LavenderPekoe » Feb 15th, '06, 13:11

CommuniTea!
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Postby cess » Feb 15th, '06, 16:27

HospitaliTEA :)
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Postby Kestrel » Feb 15th, '06, 18:19

InsaniTea
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Postby peachaddict » Feb 15th, '06, 18:22

reciprocitea, theatricalitea, and singularitea :)
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Postby Marlene » Feb 15th, '06, 18:45

Stupiditea.....
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Postby teaspoon » Feb 16th, '06, 00:34

Marlene, how did I know you'd come up with that one? ;)

CreativiTEA

~tsp
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Postby klemptor » Feb 16th, '06, 11:26

FutiliTEA
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Postby LavenderPekoe » Feb 16th, '06, 11:30

HumiliTea
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Postby Marlene » Feb 16th, '06, 20:53

teaspoon wrote:Marlene, how did I know you'd come up with that one? ;)

~tsp


I'm just that kind of girl i guess. :)
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Ooh!

Postby yresim » Feb 20th, '06, 08:41

I love these. :lol:

... But it's just no fun without definitions.

So, here are some of mine:

bounTEA - free items received when one places a tea order

chariTEA - when a tea lover gives tea to those less fortunate than himself/herself

civiliTEA - the way one should behave at a tea party

clariTEA - what tea brings when one drinks it

commitTEA - a group of tea tasters

cruelTEA - depriving someone of tea

difficulTEA - trying to find good tea in a grocery store

duTEA - a tea lover's moral obligation to share the enjoyment of tea with others

equiTEA - how much tea one has at a given time

essentialiTEA - good water (in relation to making good tea)

frailTEA - the tendency of tea to turn bitter when brewed improperly

generosiTEA - when a tea lover shares his/her tea with someone

hearTEA - a strong tea

hostiliTEA - how a tea lover feels when someone brings them a bag of lousy tea at a nice restaurant

humaniTEA - people who actively drink tea

identiTEA - the kinds of tea each individual person enjoys drinking

impartialiTEA - when someone isn't biased toward a particular tea before tasting it

individualiTEA - the characteristics that distinguish one tea from another

mortaliTEA - how long a tea can be stored in the cupboard before it goes bad

naiveTEA - a lack of knowledge about tea

nasTEA - a tea of very low quality

nutTEA - thinking bag teas are better than loose leaf teas

piTEA - what tea lovers feel for those who think grocery-store-bought bag teas are as good as it gets

proprieTEA - following the proper brewing methods for making tea

puriTEA - how suitable a water source is for making tea

qualiTEA - how good a tea is

sensitiviTEA - the capacity of someone to appreciate more subtle teas

simpliciTEA - what tea brings back into the lives of modern people

specialTEA - a particularly high-grade, rare tea

suitabiliTEA - how well a tea pairs with a particular meal

varieTEA - the different kinds of tea

velociTEA - how long a tea takes to arrive after being ordered, combined with the direction of travel
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Postby garden gal » Feb 20th, '06, 09:35

It really is interesting to see who comes up with what words- truly is insightful but I do love the definitions!
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