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brunch

noun as in bite

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noun as in breakfast

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As flaky as your friend who cancels brunch plans on you only after you’ve already sat down and ordered a mimosa.

Multi-course lunch and brunch menus will also be available for $22 per person.

We have the ability to apply our deposit to any future event, whether that’s a 12-person brunch or an 80-person dinner.

From Fortune

We’ll have to wait a while to join the ladies at brunch and find out.

In scandalizing the brunch crew, she pushed the national conversation around women and sex forward a generation.

From Time

My father had visited the States years before we moved here and was totally taken by this American concept of brunch.

In Paris, you can go to the Brooklyn Café, or have brunch à la Brooklyn.

Brunch is a catalyst, brunch is the enforcer of different-rules-for-the-weekend.

Oh dear, the New York Times has pronounced brunch as done, over, declaring, “Brunch is for jerks.”

A New York Times article says brunch is over-rated and for “jerks.”

At brunch he kept his eyes open, and before too long Panek came into the dining room for his lunch.

Rick and Scotty slept late the following morning and were awakened for brunch by Dr. Miller.

He took the neck of her brunch coat in his fist and jerked downward.

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On this page you'll find 50 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to brunch, such as: morsel, mouthful, taste, drop, nibble, and piece.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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