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  • n. An outdoor table with benches attached, intended for picnicking.


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  • He ordered three of the Jumbos with everything on them, including hot sauce, an order of onion rings, and coffee, and took the cardboard carton to a picnic table near the fence overlooking the river.


  • Once at a party, before the calamity, Tom followed me outside in the dark where I had gone to fetch lemons left on the picnic table and he caught up with me in the yard—near Mother Oak—and tried to kiss me, did kiss me, though I did not kiss him back.

    Our American King

  • What Gynge saw was a tired old man on a picnic table with his pants off and a girdle stretched out beside him.

    I Don’t Understand ?

  • RVing businesspeople can send and receive faxes, read and respond to e-mail, and produce full-color reports and proposals while seated at a picnic table under an eight-hundred-year-old redwood tree or wherever the RV happens to be parked.

    The RVer’s Bible

  • I did it on our porch, here in Park Slope, under a picnic table covered with tarps.


  • Katani spent most of her morning sitting around a picnic table discussing dance moves and karaoke outfits with Kara-Lee and Kazie.

    Beacon Street Girls: Ready! Set! Hawaii!

  • Ginny returned home with wondrous photographs: Ginny standing tanned and dust-covered, leaning on a shovel; Ginny at a candlelit picnic table drinking wine with archaeologists.

    Strangers at the Feast


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