Is it kosher to dine out when somebody somewhere might be hungry?
On a certain day he and John Eames were to dine out together at a certain house in that Bayswater district.
Beeton, did Mr. Heldar dine out at all while I was out of town?
Edward, when we dine out, generally brings three pocket-handkerchiefs and six jokes.
My husband and I have to dine out, and that means leaving Babs alone.
She had only lately risen after a long feverish slumber, and had pretended to dine out of courtesy to her guest.
I am going to dine out this evening, and have to dress here out of my portmanteau.
It is so dull for the boys when I dine out, and I had so much to ask you.
I knew that Mr. Kelly was to dine out and that I would be alone.
The two thousand seven hundred vicars and canons visit each other and dine out.
late 13c., from Old French disner (Modern French dîner) "to dine, eat, have a meal," originally "take the first meal of the day," from stem of Gallo-Romance *desjunare "to break one's fast," from Vulgar Latin *disjejunare, from dis- "undo" (see dis-) + Late Latin jejunare "to fast," from Latin iejunus "fasting, hungry" (see jejune).
(Gen. 43:16). It was the custom in Egypt to dine at noon. But it is probable that the Egyptians took their principal meal in the evening, as was the general custom in the East (Luke 14:12).