junketeer

[ juhng-ki-teer ]
/ ˌdʒʌŋ kɪˈtɪər /

noun

a person who goes on junkets, especially regularly or habitually: weekend junketeers to Las Vegas.

verb (used without object)

to go on a junket, especially at government or another's expense: congressmen who regularly junketeer to Europe and the Far East.

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Origin of junketeer

1815–25; junket + -eer, on the model of coinages with -teer, often derogatory, as profiteer, racketeer
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