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picniclike Explained

picniclike at English (WD) Of Explained:

==English==

Etymology

Inter: suffix » picnic|like

Adjective

Inter: en-ad » j
  • Resembling or characteristic of a picnic.
    1. 1989, Rick Fantasia, Cultures of Solidarity: Consciousness, Action, and Contemporary American Workers
    2. : At these affairs there was a picniclike atmosphere. Music was played, union songs were sung, and people talked, laughed, and shared meals...
    3. 1996, Goldie Szachter Kalib, Ken Wachsberger, Sylvan Kalib, The Last Selection: A Childs Journey Through the Holocaust''
    4. : Slightly farther along that far left wall were, first, a small picniclike table with attached benches on each side, that was frequently "my" table...
    5. 2002, Jo Ellen Shield, Mary Catherine Mullen, The American Dietetic Association Guide to Healthy Eating for Kids

  • : For a decorative touch toss a red-and-white-checked napkin into your child's lunch box to create a picniclike atmosphere.