noun, plural dé·jeu·ners [dey-zhœ-ney; English dey-zhuh-neyz, dey-zhuh-neyz] /deɪ ʒœˈneɪ; English ˈdeɪ ʒəˌneɪz, ˌdeɪ ʒəˈneɪz/. French.
Examples from the Web for dejeuner
I avoid my uncle with success, and I see 'er about the hour of dejeuner.The Man Upstairs|P. G. Wodehouse
The Hotel Croix Blanche is a pleasant little house for dejeuner.Normandy, Complete|Gordon Home
The restlessness, the violence that had made his demeanour so embarrassing during and after the dejeuner had vanished.
I got up, went into the kitchen and said to Francois, the servant, that someone had come and no doubt would stay to dejeuner.
Near it she noticed a table laid for one person, and so arranged that if he came to dejeuner he would sit exactly opposite to her.