junketeer

VERB
  1. go on a pleasure trip
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How To Use junketeer In A Sentence

  • Meanwhile, junketeers are getting very nervous about how much longer the junket system will continue as it had.
  • She worked as a junketeer, organizing gambling trips to Vegas, the islands, and Atlantic City. Maud Newton's 'Conversations You Have At Twenty': Narrative Magazine's Friday Feature
  • Everyone knows what junketeers quote.
  • For the millionaires and junketeers of Congress this would be no big deal.
  • Free spending, expense-account junketeers are a time-honored tradition.
  • The junketeers also 'won' a council-sponsored competition which offered a weekend stay at Middleham Hall, North Yorkshire, and free entry to Wetherby races.
  • On the other hand: Any junketeer who would accept a paid, out-of-town trip as "thanks" for a recent contract has no standing (whatsoever) to offer any opinion on someone else's ethics.
  • Whitehead has written books about an elevator inspector ("The Intuitionist"), a terminally ironic P.R. junketeer ("John Henry Days") and, in 2009's "Sag Harbor," someone who seemed an awful lot like a young Colson Whitehead. NYT > Home Page
  • When I first saw the film, it was in a packed, small screening room, full of junketeers.
  • But it should also be noted that the posters for the film have quotes from Esquire, Empire, Elle, and Rolling Stone that were obviously squeezed out long before any junketeer or blogger got on the plane to London.
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