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To partake in a feast or large meal
“Perhaps we will even capture Caesar, but tonight we will feast on shrimp creole and prawns.”
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To provide with a feast or large meal
“In ancient times, before a battle, a general would feast his soldiers with alcohol and meat.”
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To delight, or to give pleasure or satisfaction to
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Feast your taste buds on Colombia's finest coffee at this ever buzzing café.”
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To eat or consume food and drinks
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To have lots of fun or excitement
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To eat too much food
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Throw a party for someone
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To take self-indulgent pleasure in
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To supply or fill to excess
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Plural for a large meal, typically a celebratory one
“King Herod held a big feast to celebrate his own birthday and invited all the high officials and military commanders.”
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Plural for a celebrated day or event, especially one dedicated to a particular person of thing
“The biggest holiday among Basques is the feast of their patron saint, Ignatius of Loyola, founder of the Jesuit order.”
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Plural for something enjoyable, especially one in plentiful supply
“For your pleasure is a feast of the finest entertainers in the land!”
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Plural for an excessive or abundant amount or number
“The findings provide a feast of data about the characteristics of disaffiliation.”
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Plural for a noisy feast or social gathering, often with much alcohol consumption
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Plural for a noisy party or festivities
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Plural for something that is considered a luxury or treat, especially food
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