[ US /ˈɫəntʃɪŋ/ ]
[ UK /lˈʌnt‍ʃɪŋ/ ]
  1. the act of eating lunch
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How To Use lunching In A Sentence

  • Troll among the tables, and you'll see dowagers dressed in ermine coats, Japanese power couples with bouffant hairdos, lunching ladies clutching lizard handbags the color of the sky.
  • Still in his twenties, he swanked his way through the Belfast-based international news media, lunching with key opinion-makers, opining every night on local television.
  • Although he is still lunching with the company's bosses and touring their petrochemical plant, he has fitted in a meeting with the local environmental group first.
  • During my painstaking journey back to the table, I pass the two of them lunching together.
  • ‘I was driving a Porsche and lunching at the Ritz - all courtesy of the company's expense account,’ she told Real magazine.
  • I will be lunching with a client.
  • It was as though we were lunching in a New York subway station: a great, vaulted, white-tiled room aglare with electric lights. Italy at War and the Allies in the West
  • Plus lots of celebratory lunching and munching, vibing and imbibing in the empire of the senses.
  • No one else was lunching except my TV crew. Times, Sunday Times
  • The paper analyzes the significance and present situation lunching comprehensive survey of agricultural geo - chemistry.
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