Our driver for our weekend jaunt into the mountains was right out of central casting.
They even tacked an extra day onto the jaunt, playing hooky that Tuesday.
If you're up for a drive and a gorgeous scenic adventure, consider a jaunt to the Drakensberg Mountains.
There is no reason to think that Palin's jaunt abroad will be any more successful.
No flight is ever allowed to take off without a safety demonstration, and this jaunt is no different.
Thus far their expedition had been like the jaunt of a gala day.
I reckon he's none gone off for a spoag; he's none gone for a jaunt.
I had gone with the Springvale crowd on this jaunt, but I did not consider myself a person of importance.
He didn't expect any Pullman-car jaunt; he could have had that at home.
One Whitsuntide he went a jaunt with two other young fellows, on horseback, to Matlock and thence to Bakewell.
1670s in modern sense of "short pleasure trip," earlier "tiresome journey" (1590s), earlier as a verb, "tire a horse by riding back and forth on it" (1560s), of unknown origin, perhaps from some obscure Old French word. As a verb in the modern sense from 1640s. Related: Jaunted; jaunting.