verb (used without object), pic·nicked, pic·nick·ing.
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Origin of picnic
OTHER WORDS FROM picnicpic·nick·er, noun
Words nearby picnic
Example sentences from the Web for picnicker
But the animal we most fear, indeed the most destructive animal that ever enters the woods, is the picnicker.Camps and Trails|Henry Abbott
And then with surprising unanimity, each 98 picnicker from Aunt Abigail down, declared herself on the verge of starvation.Peggy Raymond's Vacation|Harriet L. (Harriet Lummis) Smith
There were springboards there for diving, and traces of the picnicker were everywhere.Four Americans|Henry A. Beers
The presence of this biding thing did not affect the man with the same horror that it would if he had been a picnicker.The Open Boat and Other Stories|Stephen Crane
British Dictionary definitions for picnicker
- any informal meal eaten outside
- (as modifier)a picnic lunch
verb -nics, -nicking or -nicked
Derived forms of picnicpicnicker, noun
Word Origin for picnic
Idioms and Phrases with picnicker
see no picnic.