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  • The five-hour-long play was presented in two parts with a dinner break.
  • Only after it appears, the family members sit down to a dinner table.
  • Another interest was after dinner speaking, for which he was always in demand.
  • It was commonly used for heavy-duty dinner services in the 19th century.
  • He died of an apparent heart attack at dinner there one evening.
  • However, on a dinner date, the man may pay the bill.
  • Dinner with him was said to be one of the best shows in New York.
  • He and his wife later went out to dinner.
  • Church members took at least one soldier home from the service for Sunday dinner.
  • He was going home to his mid-day dinner. Cited from Holiday Stories for Young People, by Various
  • Places were set at the dinner table or by the fire to welcome them.
  • A woman sets the table for dinner, waiting for her daughter to come home from school.
  • He is standing on deck when a man calls him to dinner.
  • It will be too late for your long ride home after our seven o'clock dinner. Cited from Joyce's Investments, by Fannie E. Newberry
  • Looking like a gentleman, he is invited to dinner with the small company of officers.
  • After the eleven o'clock dinner she went up to her room to dress. Cited from In Apple-Blossom Time, by Clara Louise Burnham
  • At a dinner party given by his brother, he was persuaded to play.
  • The children came home to one o'clock dinner, but Mother was not there. Cited from The Railway Children, by E. Nesbit
  • Families invited the men to dinner, and girls asked them to go on dates.
  • She frequently wore clothes and sat with them at the dinner table.
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Meaning of dinner

  • noun The main meal of the day served in the evening or at midday
    dinner will be at 8, on Sundays they had a large dinner when they returned from church
  • noun A party of people assembled to have dinner together
    guests should never be late to a dinner party