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Definition of Junketing

Junketing
Junket Jun"ket, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Junketed; p. pr. & vb. n. Junketing.] To give entertainment to; to feast. The good woman took my lodgings over my head, and was in such a hurry to junket her neighbors. -- Walpole.
Junketing
Junketing Jun"ket*ing, n. A feast or entertainment; a revel. All those snug junketings and public gormandizings for which the ancient magistrates were equally famous with their modern successors. -- W. Irving. The apostle would have no reveling or junketing upon the altar. -- South.

Meaning of Junketing from wikipedia

- alone did the composer discard periwig and lace cuffs, and even here the junketing, though lively, was well-bred, and in the closing moments there was a...
- St Mary's church if wet. The Society for the Preservation of Ancient Junketing (Spajers) organises the Bampton Shirt Race around the village on the late...
- Miller cut the first sod there with a silver spade, and there was much junketing. However, serious work only began in the New Year. The 3.5 miles (5.6 km)...
- the paper ran the headline "Madame Brussels' Notorious Bawdy House: Her Junketing Jezebels", above drawings of her "flash" girls. A wealthy grazier had...
- laid their pipes, it occurred to them that the place was suitable for junketing. Once entertained, with jovial magistrates and public funds, the idea...
- musical instruments they return home. Young men and women devote May-day to junketing and picnics. It was a custom at Penzance, and probably at many other Cornish...
- still to this day the only unbeaten Varsity XV in history-). "When this junketing band of Cambridge ancients beat Oxford in the 80th contest on 11 December...
- Philadelphia guidebook offered this description, "Gray's Ferryrenowned as the junketing place of our forefathers where our grandfathers and grandmothers danced...
- to church, but that they keep good hours; for many have been ruined by junketing and staying out, instead of being at church or at home". Yet the temptations...
- wisdoms, houghmagandies, peribibulatiouns and all kinna abstrapulous junketings and ongoings abowt the high toun of Edenberg, capitule of boney Sotland...