Definition of Boston Tea Party in English:

Boston Tea Party

Pronunciation /ˈbôstən/ /ˈbɔstən/ /ˈbästən tē ˈpärdē/ /ˈbɑstən ti ˈpɑrdi/

proper noun

  • A violent demonstration in 1773 by American colonists before the American Revolution. Colonists boarded vessels in Boston harbor and threw the cargoes of tea into the water in protest at the imposition of a tax on tea by the British Parliament, in which the colonists had no representation.


Boston Tea Party

/ˈbôstən/ /ˈbɔstən/ /ˈbästən tē ˈpärdē/ /ˈbɑstən ti ˈpɑrdi/