To JU’NKET. v.n. [from the noun.]
I. To feast secretly; to make entertainments by stealth.
Whatever good bits you can pilfer in the day, save
to junket with your fellow servants at night. Swift.
2. To feast.
Job’s children junketed and feasted together often, but the
reckoning cost them dear at last. South’s Sermons.
The apostle would have no revelling or junketing. South.