Lunched [verb]

Definition of Lunched:

eat, often formally

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Sentence/Example of Lunched:

We revived our schooldays with mutual pleasure, and lunched together as befitted the occasion.

Gouraud, Girodon and Hunter-Weston lunched and we spent the afternoon at the scheme for our next fight.

It was delightfully wooded scenery through which we passed, and a snug little spot where we lunched.

After a dusty walk round piers and beaches lunched with Hunter-Weston before inspecting the 155th and 156th Brigades.

Lunched with Backhouse in a delicious garden under a spreading fig tree; then rode back.

You met him at Biarritz six months ago, and on Monday last he lunched with you up at Monifieth.

I lunched with her to-day, and she sang me several numbers from the opera, by no means badly.

He lunched at Brooks', and astounded an elderly member of the House by putting her problem to him.

They lunched at the hotel and then they walked out to the lobby and sat down and smoked.

They lunched astonishingly well at Sherry's and drove afterwards in the Central Park.