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luncheonette Syllabification: lunch·eon·ette
Pronunciation: /ˌlən(t)SHəˈnet/

Definition of luncheonette in English:

noun

North American
A small, informal restaurant serving lunches.
Example sentences
  • I woke up late and grabbed a cup of coffee in a rundown luncheonette.
  • I sipped coffee and savored the smells in the aging luncheonette.
  • ‘This little Restaurant is a favorite with the girls,’ said Leslie passing a little luncheonette that would absolutely not suit Dean or Matt.

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