Noun(1) dessert made of sweetened milk coagulated with rennet(2) a journey taken for pleasure(3) a trip taken by an official at public expense
Verb(1) go on a pleasure trip(2) provide a feast or banquet for(3) partake in a feast or banquet
(1) Of all the inconsequential rubbish dreamt up by television executives over the past half-century, this overblown and overrated junket must rank as one of the biggest misuses of licence-payers' money.(2) Six different shows in two days is no junket , especially when you don't know your fellow performers.(3) Roughly 70% of casino revenues come from junket operators who bring in high rollers in exchange for a commission on whatever the casino makes on their wagers.(4) But the worst thing, by far the worst thing I have ever tasted was junket .(5) her plate of junket(6) By some good fortune I'm not paying for this junket .(7) A brave face has to be put on for the first screening of the new film at an all-expenses-paid press junket at a desert hotel, which takes place even though no-one has seen a final print of the movie.(8) I'm happy to say that my over-extended press junket is FINISHED!(9) In light of that, can she confirm that the actual number of jobs resulting from this junket is likely to be not many, if any?(10) The cost of Adrienne's wild west junket was $60,000, which no doubt went a long way towards assuaging all that Western alienation you hear so much about.(11) Sometimes the curds and whey were separated and the curds mixed with conventional junket curds, breadcrumbs, and honey to make an ├ö├ç├┐eating posset├ö├ç├û that was thick enough to slice.(12) The people on the ground in Covington scoffed at George's little junket to Louisiana yesterday.(13) A couple of weeks ago, I was one of many online writers to be invited to be part of the first online movie junket .(14) Apparently he wasn't able to bring 300 of his closest friends on his last international junket .(15) How can festivals avoid falling into the trap of becoming just another stop along way for the Hollywood press junket ?(16) The way other people rent cars, he chartered the Concorde for a little family junket to Disneyland.
1. excursion ::
2. outing ::
3. spree ::
5. jaunt ::
7. party ::
8. jamboree ::
9. feast ::
10. festivity ::
11. bash ::
12. shindig ::
13. feast ::
14. banquet ::
Different Formsjunket, junketed, junketeer, junketeers, junketing, junkets
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