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Tiffin   /tˈɪfɪn/   Listen
Tiffin

noun
1.
A midday meal.  Synonyms: dejeuner, lunch, luncheon.






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"Tiffin" Quotes from Famous Books



... not name, will satisfy the world, if not the judges, of Burr's guilt. And I do suppose the following overt acts will be proved. 1. The enlistment of men, in a regular way. 2. The regular mounting of guard round Blannerhassett's island, when they expected Governor Tiffin's men to be on them modo guerrino arraiati. 3. The rendezvous of Burr with his men at the mouth of Cumberland. 4. His letter to the acting Governor of Mississippi, holding up the prospect of civil war. 5. His capitulation, regularly signed with the aid of the Governor, as ...
— Memoir, Correspondence, And Miscellanies, From The Papers Of Thomas Jefferson - Volume I • Thomas Jefferson

... Tai nearly went, but will now, I think, remain till you come. He wants to tiffin with me on Sundays, and enjoys much four, five, or six small cups of good strong tea with milk and sugar. He is ...
— James Gilmour of Mongolia - His diaries, letters, and reports • James Gilmour



Words linked to "Tiffin" :   meal, lunch, luncheon, repast, business lunch, dejeuner



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