- n taking an excursion for pleasure
- v go on a pleasure trip
- v provide a feast or banquet for
- v partake in a feast or banquet
- No sooner had the gavel fallen on the 67th Session of Congress, than junketing trips at Government expense began.
- Continuing their junketing round of Southeast Asian nations in search of money and sympathy, the two arrived at Manila, where they got plenty of sympathy.
- The junketing World Councilmen ranged from Moscow to Leningrad, to Riga in satellite Latvia, to Etchmiadzin in Soviet Armenia, for two days of talks with Vazgen I, Supreme .
- Harry Reid in Las Vegas Review - Journal
We shouldn't have these companies that got billions of dollars be out junketing whether it is Disneyland or anywhere else,Reid said.
- Howard Hampton in Toronto Star
There's some irony - 220,000 workers in Ontario have now lost good-paying manufacturing jobs and it seems Mr. Sorbara will be doing a lot of junketing at public expense,said Hampton.