References in classic literature ?
"He must at some time, in Paris, for instance, or when you lunched with him last year, have said something about his profession, or how he spent his time?"
Hamilton Fynes would have talked about if they had lunched here today."
Later in the morning Joe happened to ask her out to lunch.
'Why shouldn't we all lunch together?' she went on, impulsively.
Eddy's gone off and left me to pay for his lunch! That man's a wonder!
Long before midday I had eaten the last scrap of my huge lunch. But I was resolved to show them what a husky young fellow determined to rise could do.
Morning after morning, always with huger lunches in my dinner pail, I limped out of the house on my way to work.
Bounderby (whom he just knew by sight), at lunch on chop and sherry.
Don't pretend you enjoyed lunch, for you loathed it, but forgive me by coming again, alone, or by asking me to you."
With us it is more sport and politics, but--I enjoyed my lunch very much, Miss Schlegel, dear, and am not pretending, and only wish I could have joined in more.
For the first several weeks she prepared his lunch for him.
Barker doing up the lunch in a hamper and a great basket.
Tents, lunch, and croquet utensils having been sent on beforehand, the party was soon embarked, and the two boats pushed off together, leaving Mr.
I shall go back to the hotel for lunch and wait for you there."
"But we haven't had lunch yet!" Geraldine protested.