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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Claret is drunk at the twelve o'clock dejeuner as well as at dinner.The Complete Bachelor|Walter Germain
At three o'clock, he gave a dejeuner to the Duke of Devonshire, who had also been an ambassador in Russia.
We doubt whether Europe can exhibit any open air festivity that can compete with a dejeuner at Chiswick.
In time, Monsieur Jules found himself constrained to announce that dejeuner was served.The Avenger|E. Phillips Oppenheim
All around them the approach of the dejeuner hour was now throwing the house into commotion.The Three Cities Trilogy, Complete|Emile Zola