Picnic in a sentence as a noun

Just a room full of picnic tables, let's live the dream.

Want the t-shirt from the 2007 company picnic?

It's also a good way to store your knife in your backpack, when you are taking a picnic lunch.

I walked around at sharkfest in 2011 and got to chat with a lot of wireshark users during the picnic lunches.

Picnic in a sentence as a verb

The standard that the media holds Tesla to will still be a picnic compared to how the media will treat the first self-driving cars.

Perhaps, if that jewelry store owner had his diamonds sitting on a picnic table outside the store, unsupervised.

Many of the best computer hackers I've known could barely organize a picnic if they had to, let alone run an industry-changing company.

I don't like anti-biotics for many reasons when they are used without a good reason but Lyme disease is no picnic and the earlier you deal with it the better your chances of complete recovery.

Picnic definitions


a day devoted to an outdoor social gathering

See also: outing


any undertaking that is easy to do; "marketing this product will be no picnic"

See also: cinch breeze snap pushover walkover


any informal meal eaten outside or on an excursion


eat alfresco, in the open air; "We picnicked near the lake on this gorgeous Sunday"