Thesaurus / luncheon
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He thus took his change out of him, and arrived at Jawleyford Court a little after luncheon time.

The luncheon bell rang, and they all adjourned to the dining-room.

The Heir of RedclyffeCharlotte M. Yonge

It looks as if the lady-secretary's luncheon would be a tough proposition.

"You wish prepare for luncheon, honorable sirs," said the boy, his teeth and eyes shining in one flash.

Under HandicapJackson Gregory

The first person I saw was the Duc d'Aumale, and we had quite a talk while waiting for luncheon.

Letters of a Diplomat's WifeMary King Waddington

To-day's enough—more than enough for you, I'm afraid, when you've had a large contingent of the Whitney people to luncheon.

I'll tell you,—why not let me come over for an hour right after luncheon and superintend?

The other members of the family were soon introduced to me, and "Lucy" was told to have luncheon produced.

At the luncheon she had not been at ease; but here in the car she was at ease absolutely, yet she remained taciturn.

The Roll-CallArnold Bennett

He was shown at once into the dining-room, where luncheon was laid out.

The DictatorJustin McCarthy

WORDS RELATED TO LUNCHEON

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