junketing

NOUN
  1. taking an excursion for pleasure
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How To Use junketing In A Sentence

  • In the interests of finding a solution to the equation of how debt might be alleviated we offer this reckoning: less money to be spent on G8 junketing and more - much more - to be found for aid budgets.
  • He little dreamed till then, not he, that there had been banquetings and junketings, secret doings and deep drinkings at his expense. Doctor Thorne
  • Mr Burdis explained: ‘One of the things the public couldn't understand is why we didn't prosecute for junketing.
  • Cochran was out there junketing with the best of them, enjoying an all-expenses paid trip to New Orleans, courtesy of lobbyists and executives in the poultry industry.
  • Mr Hale was suspended by the council in April 1997 in the light of a damning district auditor's report on junketing and expenses abuse which prompted the beginning of a huge police inquiry into wrongdoing.
  • Alas! it is the narrowness, selfishness, minuteness, of your sensation that you have to deplore in England at this day; —sensation which spends itself in bouquets and speeches; in revelings and junketings; in sham fights and gay puppet shows, while you can look on and see noble nations murdered, man by man, without an effort or a tear. Sesame and Lilies. Lecture I.-Sesame: Of Kings’ Treasuries
  • Amid the initial focus on junketing and the abuse of expenses, it was one of the first indications of how far the cancer of corruption had spread.
  • We want it to be about run of the mill people - not junketing.
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