- n a ceremonial dinner party for many people
- n something experienced with great delight
a feast for the eyes
- n a meal that is well prepared and greatly enjoyed
the Thanksgiving feast
- n an elaborate party (often outdoors)
- v partake in a feast or banquet
- v provide a feast or banquet for
- v gratify
- By all accounts, the feasts that Wayne Waterhouse threw at his cabin overlooking Wisconsin's Brule River were fabulous.
- Created by Satoshi Yamasaki and Mazaki Keito of Osaka, Gigazine is Japan's most popular blog, a sumptuous daily feast of eye candy bundled in a bright shiny wrapper.
- Though times have changed on the old boulevards, the moveable feast continues.
- Jimmie Johnson in USA Today
It's feast or famine here for us,Johnson said. "I'm OK. The impact wasn't bad. The flames had me nervous there inside the car and I lost some eyelashes and the side of my face got pretty hot."
- Derek Lowe in New York Times
American League teams, we all know, feast on fastballs,Lowe said after the Blue Jays chewed him up for four fourth-inning runs en route to a 7-6 victory in 10 innings. "When you make mistakes you're going to get hurt and when you make your...
- Ismail Haniyeh in International Herald Tribune
The Palestinians greet the feast differently from the other Muslim nations - with martyrs, with members of resistance dying, because of the crimes of the Zionist occupation,Haniyeh said. "We greet it with tears in our eyes and sadness in...