Then he said nothing else for the moment, and went on sipping his tea.
He sips tea and has no need to show off.
Instead, she just sipped her tea and gave me a small smile.
But as he sipped his tea, she shook her head.
He sipped his tea, made the mistake of looking back at the boy again.
The two women were silent for a time, sipping their tea and thinking.
She sipped her tea, then put the cup down on the desk.
For a moment, the two of them sipped their tea in silence.
She looked up at him, sitting on her camp chair sipping hot tea.
We came in the back door, and there at the dining room table, sipping tea, was Man.
And sip tea in the late afternoon.
People used to sit on those porches in the evening and sip iced tea and watch the neighbors water their lawns with long loping sweeps of a hose.
Knots of ministers in business suits, newly arrived for pre-Easter conferences, wait outside the general store and sip tea in the restaurant.
After quarter of an hour of this treatment he was permitted to sit in a chair and sip weak tea unaided.
The Scribners invited their guest to sit by a marble-dusted pool and sip iced tea with orange juice and fresh mint.
All she would do was sip tea.
This was no ordinary invitation to sit at the sensei's feet and sip tea while speaking of mundane matters, the substance of daily lessons.
They rise early, sip tea and head out into the hills.
There are times these days when the tiny old man will sit at his desk, sip tea and stare steadily into a place only he can see.
Sometimes Rahim Khan came over and Baba let me sit in his study and sip tea with them.