luncheon[ luhn-chuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF luncheon
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR LUNCHEON
As I told you, I am going over to the office after luncheon.
The girls will see it this morning and again when they come in to luncheon.
Then there is the sandwich, which always finds a place in the luncheon.
I say my companion and I "talked" of these several sights and incidents as I ate my luncheon.
"Her luncheon," some of the art-students said; but if it did, no one had ever seen her eat it.
But they did not come to luncheon, and then Hewson had the clerk send up his card.
One of the costs to me was luncheon as well as peace of mind.
"I'll slip into the tent and put you up somethin' for your breakfast and luncheon," she said.
I did not eat much, and directly after luncheon was so tired that I had to go to bed.
When we had finished our luncheon I rose to return to the other travellers.