jaunt

[ jawnt, jahnt ]SEE DEFINITION OF jaunt

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR JAUNT

I reckon he's none gone off for a spoag; he's none gone for a jaunt.

He didn't expect any Pullman-car jaunt; he could have had that at home.

A three days' jaunt in a good boat isn't a thing to frighten people like us.

He did not put them on to be painted in—he was out on a jaunt.

If we had our own misgivings about the end of this jaunt, our companions had none.

Who would ever imagine that Dad would go on a jaunt like this?

If the family's going to jaunt abroad I've got to jaunt too!

Some are merely there for a jaunt, to see the sights and the country.

Besides my clothes, there were two things which interfered with the happiness of my jaunt.

The two boys were highly delighted with their jaunt, and I not less so.

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