Definition of Junketers

1. Noun. (plural of junketer) ¹



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Definition of Junketers

1. junketer [n] - See also: junketer

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Junketers

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junkanoos
junkball
junkballer
junkballers
junkballs
junked
junkerism
junket
junketed
junketeer
junketeered
junketeering
junketeers
junketer
junketers
junketing
junkets
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junkie
junkiedom
junkiehood
junkieness
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junkiest
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junking
junkless

Literary usage of Junketers

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1. Publication by Illinois State Historical Society, Illinois State Historical Library (1906)
"and demanded return of the State bonds the junketers deposited with that firm for sale In the proceeding pages of this sketch Governor Ford is quoted when ..."

2. Harper's New Monthly Magazine by Henry Mills Alden (1874)
"Nothing too much, is the present maxim of junketing and junketers, and it is generally carried out. Recently this excellent custom has been somewhat ..."

3. From Harrison to Harding: A Personal Narrative, Covering a Third of a by Arthur Wallace Dunn (1922)
"... grafters, junketers, and all sorts and conditions of men and women caused the others to withdraw their acceptance, and the expedition degenerated into a ..."

4. Dancing by Frazer (Lily Grove), Percy Macquoid (1895)
"Stern Endicott rode down ere long to investigate matters, and at once cut the 'idoll Maypole down,' and told the junketers that he hoped to hear of their ..."

5. The Dublin University Magazine: A Literary and Political Journal (1844)
"... Arm» 1 The place i, in short, a cake-house—pointed ut to the junketers who pic-nic in the foods, as the rum ould scat of one Squire ..."

6. Annual Meeting (1903)
"We are no junketers, sir. The men in this hall are a band of brothers, bound by a bond strong as the iron hand of human need, and somber-hued as the shadow ..."

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