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Noun: picnic  'pik,nik
  1. A day devoted to an outdoor social gathering
    - field day, outing
  2. [informal] Any undertaking that is easy to do
    "marketing this product will be no picnic";
    - cinch [informal], breeze [informal], snap [informal], duck soup [N. Amer, informal], child's play [informal], pushover, walkover, piece of cake [informal], doss [Brit, informal]
  3. Any informal meal eaten outside or on an excursion
Verb: picnic (picnicked,picnicking)  'pik,nik
  1. Eat alfresco, in the open air
    "We picnicked near the lake on this gorgeous Sunday"

Sounds like: pickle, picnic

Derived forms: picnicked, picnicking, picnics

Type of: eat, holiday [Brit], labor [US], labour [Brit, Cdn], meal, project, repast, task, undertaking, vac [Brit, informal], vacation, vacay [Brit, N. Amer, informal]

Encyclopedia: Picnic, Lightning