noun, plural jun·tos.
Origin of junto
Examples from the Web for junto
But the master spirit of the junto was still cool and collected.The Grafters|Francis Lynde
Two of the former members of the Junto you tell me are departed this life, Potts and Parsons.Benjamin Franklin|Frank Luther Mott
The statesmen of the junto were far too wise not to see that it would be madness to continue the struggle longer.The History of England from the Accession of James II.|Thomas Babington Macaulay
A large portion of this house he prudently re-let to another mechanic who was a member of the Junto.
Have you any weighty affair in hand, in which you think the advice of the Junto may be of service?
British Dictionary definitions for junto
noun plural -tos
Word Origin for junto
Word Origin and History for junto
1640s, erroneous formation of junta on model of Spanish nouns ending in -o.