To go on a junket, especially at the expense of a government or a favor-seeking business or agency.(verb-intransitive)
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Use "junketeer" in a sentence
"She worked as a junketeer, organizing gambling trips to Vegas, the islands, and Atlantic City."
"As a long-time B-list critic and junketeer, my conscience has long been inured to the petty scams of the Golden Globes voter shoving another complimentary cream puff into his craw."
"Now, as a junketeer, J. has abandoned the idea of socially responsible journalism (the very phrase would make him smirk); he has reduced his "obligations" to this: "meeting the word count.""