A party of people sipping tea.
When he's done, you say "oh what a lovely tea party".
by Gumba Gumba April 04, 2004
The Greek military police's name for beating of a prisoner by a group of military police using thier fists.
The ESA (Army Police Corps) from 1967 to 1974 used many different methods of torture including, "tea party" and "tea party with toast".
by JohnWoo July 29, 2010
Much like a bukkake party, the recipient of a tea party, who lays in the center of a group, is repeatedly tea bagged round-robin style.
Richard: Hey Jimmy, are you coming out to the Tea Party later?
Jimmy: No I can't man, I gotta hit the sack early tonight.
by TuckMyJunk February 26, 2014
The real definition of Tea Party is: Average hard working American citizens that have realized that the government is out of control and have mobilized to get involved to save the country. They are not racist, not redneck, not white trash. Look around, they might be your parents. The tea party people might be older white people that you see in some of the pictures taken at rallies but these are the people that have fought for your freedom to put websites like this up that have been totally inaccurate on the Tea Party. If you want to find out what it's really about, go to a rally, be respectful and listen.
by Tea Party Patriot September 16, 2011
When a videogame server has only griefers left alive in the game, and don't shoot each other so the round goes on forever.
ph0ne and his team of griefiers held a teaparty after everyone else in the game had died.
by SNAFU101 March 24, 2011
Tea Party: A grass roots group of concerned US citizens who believe in a small central Government, a controlled manageable budget, the US Constitution, Equal Justice for all, peaceful solutions, Capitalism and the free market regulated by ethics. Ethics, also known as moral philosophy, is a branch of philosophy that addresses questions about morality — that is, concepts such as good and evil, right and wrong, virtue and vice, justice and crime, etc.
I belong to the Tea Party
by grid2 September 15, 2011
The Tea Party movement is a grassroots movement of millions of like-minded Americans from all backgrounds and political parties.Tea Party members share similar core principles supporting the United States Constitution as the Founders intended, such as:

• Limited federal government
• Individual freedoms
• Personal responsibility
• Free markets
• Returning political power to the states and the people

As a movement, The Tea Party is not a political party nor is it looking to form a third political party any time soon. The Tea Party movement, is instead, about reforming all political parties and government so that the core principles of our Founding Fathers become, once again, the foundation upon which America stands.
Examples of Tea Party groups: Freedomworks.com
by EastOrangeTeaParty September 15, 2011

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