lunch counter

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lunch′ count`er


n.
1. a counter, as in a store or restaurant, where light meals and snacks are served.
2. a luncheonette.
[1865–70]
References in classic literature ?
Dinner at Earl Dorm's was no lunch-counter scuffle.
19, 1958, Luper and a group of 13 Youth Council members staged their first lunch-counter sit-in at Katz Drug store in Oklahoma City.
writes for The Progressive on the student lunch-counter protests in the South.