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  • v. Present participle of picnic.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • No walking of pets, skiing, skateboarding, fast bicycling, rollerblading or picnicking is allowed.

    "...stains on the carpet and stains on the scenery..."

  • I have an overall plan to be sensible as needed, and to treat myself well each day with simple pleasures, such as picnicking with a view or listening to favorite music.

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  • Between rubber-necking the shiny, red-faced clientele around the dining room, "picnicking" on the potato salad, and chattering away about the unraveling of events of the evening, I was tempted to press the tiny little doorbell that is attached to the edge of every table in the restaurant.

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  • When the IFPYB raised concerns about the inclusion of its members in the party¹s candidates list, they were told by their senior leaders that parliament was not a "picnicking" place for the Youth Brigade.

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  • A joysome hour passed in "picnicking" the lunch, then Sally rang for the maid to remove the dishes.

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  • The resort's 10-metre catamaran offers daily adventures such as picnicking on the fine, white powder of Whitehaven

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  • Once in the evening, after we had been picnicking, he phoned me at home and said mournfully, I am feeling low.

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  • We will be picnicking somewhat in advance of that.

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  • The holistic medicine practitioner, who was tired of the endless walkathons for one disease after another, organized 200 resisters to spend an afternoon in New York's Tompkins Square Park relaxing, listening to music and picnicking—anything but marching.

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  • This summer, that includes miniature golf, performance art, a trapeze school, picnicking, polo, strolls along the promenade and an exhibition of 11 large-scale Mark di Suvero sculptures spanning three decades, the biggest presentation of his work in New York City since 1975.

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