lunching


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lunch

 (lŭnch)
n.
1. A meal eaten at midday.
2. The food provided for a midday meal.
intr.v. lunched, lunch·ing, lunch·es
To eat a midday meal.
Idiom:
out to lunch Slang
Not in touch with the real world; crazy.

[Short for luncheon.]

lunch′er n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.lunching - the act of eating lunch
eating, feeding - the act of consuming food
References in classic literature ?
I was lunching immediately on the other side of the forest.
Suppose the kindly mist had lifted, and revealed me lunching in the wet on their property, the cousin of the short and lofty letters, the unangenehme Elisabeth
They were lunching at Prince's alone, at a small table near the wall.