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teabags

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tea +‎ bag

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teabag (plural teabags)

  1. A cloth or paper sachet containing tea leaves or herbal tea, designed to act as an infuser when submerged in hot water.
    • 1980, Walter Stovall, The Minus Pool, page 10:
      He put a spoon and teabag on the saucer and placed it before Mr. McManus.

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teabag (third-person singular simple present teabags, present participle teabagging, simple past and past participle teabagged)

  1. (transitive, vulgar, slang) To lower one’s testicles into the mouth of another person, or onto the face or head of another person.
  2. (video games) To sit or crouch repeatedly on the head of another player's character after they are dead.

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