junket[ juhng-kit ]SEE DEFINITION OF junket
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR JUNKET
They'd come on this junket partly to get away from their troubles and their wives.
There were cakes of all varieties; there was clotted cream; and of course there was junket.
Marriage is like the rennet you put into the junket—it turns it!
Stir the junket tablet in the cold water till it melts, and add this.
When somebody wanted junket, he had made no fuss, he had just helped them to junket.
Hereafter when the junket is passed round somebody else may have my share.
In the dictionary I have looked up the definitions of junket.
Possibly the Canadian junket aboard may have something to do with it.
I had a look, yesterday, when I was taking the local citizenry on that junket.
Dissolve the junket tablets in the cold water and add to the lukewarm milk.