A drink or light snack taken in the afternoon; a refreshment between meals.(noun)
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Use "nuncheon" in a sentence
"'nuncheon' -- which in themselves make a tolerable load, he has brought a billhook, and a 'navigator,' or draining-tool."
"Luncheon, or "nuncheon" as some very ancient friends of mine always called it, was the merest mouthful."
"That was after the brief nuncheon break on the second day, when Hugh had inquired for what must have been the dozenth time of Beth, as she was mounting again into the carriage, if she was sure she would not like either him or Nick to ride inside with the pair of them."