Definition of Dining companion
1. Noun. Someone you dine with.
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Literary usage of Dining companion
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1. Panama Adventure Guide by Patricia Katzman (2004)
"It was nicely presented and served, but I rated it only average. Perhaps I should have opted for the trout. My dining companion said it was excellent. ..."
2. The Holland House Circle by Lloyd Charles Sanders (1908)
"When he was finally established at Berlin as " the most besieged inquiry-office in the country " and the dining companion of the King, Humboldt was fond of ..."
3. Diary of a Trip to South Africa on R.M.S. Tantallon Castle by David S. Salmond (1899)
"Mr Spurgeon is a most entei (dining companion, having travelled literally over all the world, His stories of travel, and the incidents we drew fiom him ..."