Lunching [verb]

Definition of Lunching:

eat, often formally

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Sentence/Example of Lunching:

In Taos, they used to shut down the chairlift for lunch and nobody cared.

Some research suggests that processed foods, such as lunch meat, increases inflammation in the body and the brain.

That’s a huge jump over the previous model, which usually tapped out some time after lunch.

LeClair gave the example of a customer “on our app during a lunch break clicking on a bunch of pages.”

He always does really well in this and we had to take him to lunch once before.

In practical terms, this means I stay toasty but never get sweaty and somehow still feel classy even after spending my lunch break doing yard work.

Remember, one lucky reader usually joins Voice of San Diego’s Scott Lewis, Andrew Keatts and Sara Libby for lunch and a riveting conversation about Phish tapes and the weather.

Lake Winnemucca makes for an ideal lunch break, and it’s popular for swimming and fishing.

You could win lunch with Scott Lewis, Andrew Keatts and Sara Libby … whenever that’s safe again.

The winners theoretically win a lunch with Andrew, Scott and Sara Libby.