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He informed her, some time after, of an engagement "to tiffin with a brother officer," and she nodded.
In my journey from Tiffin I found it necessary to dismount several times and walk in order to drive away the sensation of cold.
The accommodations at the Tiffin House I must leave to conjecture, as any description would fall short of the reality.
There brokers of all kinds used to meet each other, have tiffin, and write their letters and contracts.
Here we were met by a number of the officials of the province, who gave us a sumptuous tiffin in the rest-house.
During the great heat of the day, after lunch, or “tiffin” as it is called, everyone sleeps a restful hour or two.
FIL AND FILIPPAJOHN STUART THOMSON
At tiffin-time, when he descended to the dining-room, owing to the recent arrival of two steamers, all the tables were engaged.
THE HONORABLE PERCIVALALICE HEGAN RICE
I was received in the most friendly manner, and was asked to stop to tiffin and to dinner, if I could remain as long.
"I know whose junior that modest swain shall never be;" simpered Sergeant Tiffin.
HEARTMARTIN FARQUHAR TUPPER
Mrs. Hauksbee came to 'The Foundry' to tiffin with Mrs. Mallowe, her one bosom friend, for she was in no sense 'a woman's woman.'
UNDER THE DEODARSRUDYARD KIPLING

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machinateverb (used with or without object) | [mak-uh-neyt ]SEE DEFINITION