from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. Archaic form of picnic.
- v. Archaic form of picnic.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. See picnic.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An obsolete form of picnic.
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If we would have done what was popular and let the banks and Auto companies fail, the depression back in the 1930s would have been like a sunday picknick.
Sunday will see us at the Anarquendor picknick, and that's about all I have planned.
I went to a Japanese Festival where I saw a butoh procession, bought some first flush sencha (picked only 2 weeks ago!) an had a picknick with friend while listening to taiko drummers.
For a nice midsummer picknick – mushroom and zucchini quiche, homegrown cherry tomatoes and sugar peas, and bulgur.
The store has several more models and even bigger picknick boxes, and seems to change stock ever so often.
Ai haz a sad, ai wanted tu join da picknick but ! cuddnt find eet.
That means that Remco and I will be off to buy the groceries for the picknick tomorrow.
We had a little picknick just beneath one and overlooked a really breathtaking panorama, where I took this shot.
Iz finaly nice heer, how bout an outdoor picknick, minus any kitteh poop!
I wish my boss was thoughtful enough to pack a picknick on work related outings.