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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of picknick.


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  • _convives_, and "picknicked," as they themselves said, but it was a picknicking of a highly comfortable sort.

    The Marriage of Elinor

  • It¹s not like I have never picknicked on Labor Day before, but this one was different.

    Jerusha Klemperer: There's Power in a Potluck

  • They picknicked in the pine groves, they giggled in the back seats on prayer meeting nights, they sang noisily on the way back to the hotel after evening mail sorting, they danced jazzily in the hotel parlor and on the porches.

    Galusha the Magnificent

  • Mary-'Gusta might have sailed or picknicked a good deal and in the best of company, socially speaking, if she had cared to do so.


  • They picknicked in a sunny opening among the scrub-oaks, on the edge of

    Peak and Prairie From a Colorado Sketch-book


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