The nasty gutter was still filled with cigar-ends and puddles of beer and bits of free-lunch cheese.
The free-lunch man on the corner told me where you were, quick.
You had better go down to the free-lunch counter at the saloon, and have a good square meal.
So hey for the wicker demi-john and the free-lunch brand of grub!
The young man flirted a thumb in the direction of the free-lunch counter.
The odd jobs about saloons which are usually done for beer-payment he performed under the inspiration of the free-lunch counter.
He thought first of a free-lunch saloon, but he had an objection to using the fork just laid down by another man.
The free-lunch for delicate palates was kept in a closet of turbid glass close to the counter.
I wanted to call to him that he was welcome to eat at my free-lunch counter, when it occurred to me that I was in plain sight.
For three days I tried to feed him up on the retail plan, and then I let out the contract to a free-lunch supply concern.
Something had without paying for it; an uncompensated pleasure; a perquisite or gratuity •The date shows the first occurrence of the saloon-food sense mentioned in the etymology: pushing the free lunch
[1854+; fr the former custom of giving customers free food called free lunch in saloons]