I enjoyed my time with my girlfriend, drinking beers with friends, dining out with my parents.
I take a strictly utilitarian view of dining out, and when I'm done, I'm done.
Still in the early stages of fame, he seemed somewhat apologetic for dining out in such grand fashion.
Yes, the passengers will be dining out on tales of misery and woe for the next several months.
I really do not care much about dining out, these days, but your message was so insistent.
You can imagine me daily dining out, and fancy the martyrdom it costs me.
By dint of dining out,” says he, “I run the risk of dying by starvation at home.
I shall simply say they're dining out, and that we're not to wait Bridge for them.
He cannot even get his music copied: "By dint of dining out," says he, "I run the risk of dying by starvation at home."
Terhune used to see him in clubs, and every now and then dining out.
late 13c., from Old French disner (Modern French dîner) "to dine, eat, have a meal," originally "take the first meal of the day," from stem of Gallo-Romance *desjunare "to break one's fast," from Vulgar Latin *disjejunare, from dis- "undo" (see dis-) + Late Latin jejunare "to fast," from Latin iejunus "fasting, hungry" (see jejune).
(Gen. 43:16). It was the custom in Egypt to dine at noon. But it is probable that the Egyptians took their principal meal in the evening, as was the general custom in the East (Luke 14:12).