Do you use breakfast and lunch as a verb?
My dictionary says both of them can be used as verbs.
e.g. I breakfasted with Tom this morning.
I'm going to lunch in that restaurant.
However, I have only seen this sort of use only in Sherlock Holmes stories, which were published more than 100 years ago.
Neither do I.
Which do you prefer?
I breakfasted with Tom this morning.
I had breakfast with Tom this morning.
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I think the second sounds good and correct. I never came across the term "breakfasted".
I think " i am going to lunch", is correct.