To eat at around 12 or 1.
Big Beefy Jimmy and I were lunching at a French Bistro over tea last Sunday. It was splendid.
by Olivemarie October 10, 2011
Most likely from the French 'luncheon', lunching burst into the American lexicon circa 1992 in the Washington DC Metropolitan Area.
Intransitive verb: to laugh hysterically/uncontrollably
Transitive verb: causing above in another person
Intransitive: "I just saw a fat man driving a tiny car and I started lunching my butt off."
Transitive: "This guy... this guy right here... is lunching me out!"

"Would you like to come over and smoke and have a nice light lunch?"
by Ryan TB May 20, 2008

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