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 picnickers
There was a sound of bells, and "mushing," as the drivers harnessed up their dog-teams to carry the picnickers back to camp.Scarlett of the Mounted|Marguerite Merington
To Marjorie's secret disgust, Marcia Arnold was among the number of upper-class girls chosen to chaperon the picnickers.Marjorie Dean High School Freshman|Pauline Lester
He was vaguely aware of the terrified scurry around him as most of the picnickers departed as fast as their legs would carry them.The Blue Ghost Mystery|Harold Leland Goodwin
He reached the sand and ran at full speed toward the party of picnickers.Bunny Brown and His Sister Sue at Christmas Tree Cove|Laura Lee Hope
Then without further speech they returned to the picnickers.An Alabaster Box|Mary E. Wilkins Freeman and Florence Morse Kingsley
British Dictionary definitions for picnickers
- 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 picnickers
see no picnic.