Definition of Picknicker
1. Noun. A person who is picnicking.
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Literary usage of Picknicker
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Goodwin's Official Annual Turf Guide for (1894)
"3136 picknicker (L. Stuart). 6, 98 Ibe....Penn l 25363 Stowaway, ... Restraint led to % where picknicker drew up and won by Щ lengths; % bet. 2d and 3d. ..."
2. Massachusetts Reports: Cases Argued and Determined in the Supreme Judicial by Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court (1892)
"... printed in a column underneath, and the names selected by the witness written against certain of the races thus: " 1st Race, picknicker }," "7th Race, ..."
3. Persian Miniatures by Harrison Griswold Dwight (1917)
"But we belonged to a race that is par excellence the picknicker and camper-out of the earth, and between us we could scrape up humour enough to be amused at ..."
4. California Revisited. 1858-1897 by Thaddeus Stevens Kenderdine (1898)
"All the while the woman picknicker showed an absence from stage-fright, and a serenity, which her felonious finger scarcely marred. ..."
5. The Battle of Gettysburg: An Historical Account by Gettysburg & Harrisburg Railroad Co (1885)
"Here have been gathered with lavish hand every comfort and convenience that can make happy the life of the picknicker or excursionist. ..."