noun, plural dé·jeu·ners [dey-zhœ-ney; English dey-zhuh-neyz, dey-zhuh-neyz] /deɪ ʒœˈneɪ; English ˈdeɪ ʒəˌneɪz, ˌdeɪ ʒəˈneɪz/. French.
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Historical Examples of dejeuner
You shall go to the Grotto after dejeuner, and we will all pray for you.The Three Cities Trilogy, Complete
My mother, you know, has what she calls a dejeuner tomorrow,—dejeuner and dance.A Strange Story, Complete
The Hotel Croix Blanche is a pleasant little house for dejeuner.Normandy, Complete
Claret is drunk at the twelve o'clock dejeuner as well as at dinner.The Complete Bachelor
The "dejeuner" almost put him "on the blink," he declared afterwards.William Adolphus Turnpike