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junket in Government topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishjunketjun‧ket /ˈdʒʌŋkɪt/ noun  [countable] especially American English informalPG an expensive trip paid for by government money or by a business for people they employ – used to show disapproval
Examples from the Corpus
junketRennet is added too, which makes the milk clot and set firmly into a junket.Noland offers an amusing peek at 40 exciting junkets.Had he come home alive, some reporters would have no doubt trashed the trip as a taxpayer-paid junket.On this particular junket to Xiamen he was shopping for real estate.When she came in with the junket, the row had obviously developed.So we have to use junket rennet.