a gold-bearing conglomerate found in South Africa
Historical Examples

So it chaunced at a banket that the sayed image of the dyuell was lost and gone.
Shakespeare Jest-Books; Unknown

The cabokes came out to sea after us in a boate and brought a banket.
Diary of Richard Cocks Vol. I Richard Cocks

And vppon the end of Supper, he sayd vnto the King: Now sir, how like you this banket?
The Palace of Pleasure William Painter

Capt. Adames envited all thenglish to a banket with cabokes.
Diary of Richard Cocks Vol. I Richard Cocks

In th’ afthernoon they was a lawn tinnis party, an’ at night the gin’ral attinded a banket at th’ Gran’ Palace Hotel.
Mr. Dooley in Peace and in War Finley Peter Dunne

And vpon the end of the banket, she sang a song with her husbande, with a grace so good as it greatly augmented her beautie.
The Palace of Pleasure William Painter

He attinded th’ banket given be th’ Prospurity Brigade at th’ hotel where he’s stoppin’.
Mr. Dooley in Peace and in War Finley Peter Dunne

We were bidden to a banket at the royal palace, and Sir John and I dared not choose but go.
Footprints of Former Men in Far Cornwall Robert S. Hawker

It behuifit thame to banket hir agane; and so did banketting continew till Fastronis-evin and efter.
The Works of John Knox, Volume 2 (of 6) John Knox

Likewise there dyned with them the captaynes that were at the first banket.
The History of the Great and Mighty Kingdom of China, Volume II Juan Gonzalez de Mendoza


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