Meaning of junketeering in English:



informal, derogatory

See junketeer

‘Some call it journalist junketeering; he says he's providing a service.’
  • ‘The study established that bipartisanship survives in junketeering.’
  • ‘Wryly, she addresses the issue of her alleged reluctance to rack up air miles a very different press to what she was getting in her previous job as environment secretary, when she was accused of junketeering.’
  • ‘Even in Congress's own sloppy paperwork, the bottom line for junketeering looks shameful.’
  • ‘Junketeering also abounds.’