junket

Part of speech: verb

To feast in company; revel.

Part of speech: noun

A feast; picnic.

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Usage examples "junket":

  1. Milk and Junket close the Maw. - "Early English Meals and Manners", Various.
  2. What more enticing, than stewed mango- golden and syrupy- with junket white as marble; or fruit salad compact of pineapple, mango, papaw, granadilla, banana, with lime juice and powdered sugar? - "My Tropic Isle", E J Banfield.
  3. Remember, that day after to- morrow is the junket, and one day won't be any too much to bank up your fires to run until you come back, said Aunt Mary in the way of dismissal. - "The Golden Bird", Maria Thompson Daviess.