field day, outing, picnic(noun)
a day devoted to an outdoor social gathering
cinch, breeze, picnic, snap, duck soup, child's play, pushover, walkover, piece of cake(noun)
any undertaking that is easy to do
"marketing this product will be no picnic"
any informal meal eaten outside or on an excursion
eat alfresco, in the open air
"We picnicked near the lake on this gorgeous Sunday"
A meal eaten outdoors or in another informal setting.
We went out for a picnic in the forest.
An easy or pleasant task.
We remind the guests that dealing with this problem is no picnic, and to be patient.
To eat a picnic.
formerly, an entertainment at which each person contributed some dish to a common table; now, an excursion or pleasure party in which the members partake of a collation or repast (usually in the open air, and from food carried by themselves)
to go on a picnic, or pleasure excursion; to eat in public fashion
Origin: [Cf. F. piquenique. See Pick, v., and cf. Knickknack.]
Picnic is a 1955 Cinemascope production, the film adapted for the screen by Daniel Taradash from William Inge’s 1953 Pulitzer Prize winning play. Joshua Logan, director of the original Broadway stage production, directed the film version. Picnic was nominated for six Academy Awards, winning two. The film starred William Holden and Kim Novak in leading roles. The supporting cast members were Rosalind Russell, Susan Strasberg, Cliff Robertson, Arthur O'Connell, Nick Adams, Betty Field, Verna Felton and Raymond Bailey The film dramatizes twenty-four hours in the life of a rural Kansas town set in mid-twentieth century America. It is the Labor Day holiday and an anchorless, ex-football hero drifts in looking to re-connect with his old college friend, son of a wealthy grain elevator operator. This is the story of the proverbial outsider who blows into town and subsequently manages to upturn complacency, shake convention, disrupt, rearrange lives and—reset the fates of all those with whom he comes into contact.
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
pik′nik, n. a short excursion into the country by a pleasure-party who take their own provisions with them: an entertainment in the open air, towards which each person contributes.—v.i. to go on a picnic:—pr.p. pic′nicking; pa.t. and pa.p. pic′nicked.—n. Pic′nicker. [Prob. pick, to nibble, and nick, for knack, a trifle.]
The numerical value of PICNIC in Chaldean Numerology is: 3
The numerical value of PICNIC in Pythagorean Numerology is: 9
Examples of PICNIC in a Sentence
Once you don't have it, that's why you see many more people coming. They're coming like it's a picnic because 'let's go to Disneyland,'.
Skill without imagination is craftsmanship and gives us many useful objects such as wickerwork picnic baskets. Imagination without skill gives us modern art.
“…Our picnic yesterday was a success. We baked not only potatoes but apples as well. They were very appetizing. The apples were especially delicious…”
As with many African Americans cemeteries of this time, there were no perpetual care funds in place, it was the tradition for families to picnic near the graves of their ancestors and maintain care.
On December 14, the suspects moved to that area to search for potential targets, claimed they were on a picnic, and filmed a' pledge' tape inside a tent in that area, without any contact with( ISIS) outsiders.
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- مهمة سهلةArabic
- eväsretki, huviretkiFinnish
- pique-nique, piquenique, jeu d’enfantFrench
- cuirm-chnuicScottish Gaelic
- 소풍, 피크닉Korean
- и́злет, пи́кникMacedonian
- xalata, piknikMaltese
- piknikNorwegian Nynorsk
- [[приятный, пикни́кRussian
- пикник, izlet, piknik, излетSerbo-Croatian
- mayor, botramSundanese
- du ngoạnVietnamese
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