Jaunt ( noun , verb )

(As a noun)

Jaunt ( noun )

  1. A short, leisurely trip or excursion.
  2. An outing or excursion for pleasure or amusement.

Origin:

The word jaunt comes from the middle english word "jant" which means "a journey" and it was first used in english in the 14th century.

Examples:

  1. We took a jaunt to the beach for the day.
  2. It was a pleasant jaunt through the countryside.
  3. He went on a jaunt to the mountains.
  4. The family took a jaunt to the amusement park.
  5. We had a lovely jaunt through the countryside.

(As a verb)

Jaunt ( verb )

  1. A short, leisurely trip or excursion.
  2. An outing or excursion for pleasure or amusement.

Origin:

The word jaunt comes from the middle english word "jant" which means "a journey" and it was first used in english in the 14th century.

Examples:

  1. We took a jaunt to the beach for the day.
  2. It was a pleasant jaunt through the countryside.
  3. He went on a jaunt to the mountains.
  4. The family took a jaunt to the amusement park.
  5. We had a lovely jaunt through the countryside.
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