- n eating an elaborate meal (often accompanied by entertainment)
- v partake in a feast or banquet
- v provide a feast or banquet for
- v gratify
- In the thick golden light of a setting African sun, under the speckled shade of an acacia tree, three young lions are feasting on a baby giraffe.
- In 1958, Momofuku Ando, an unassuming entrepreneur living in Osaka, created the instant noodleand a continent has been feasting on his invention ever since.
- According to anthropologists, human festivities--probably going back to the Paleolithic era--featured the universal ingredients of feasting, dancing, costuming, masking and or .
- Alton Brown in FOX News
Food Network is my home and I am staying home,said Brown. "I'm looking forward to producing more and varied shows with the network and am especially excited about Feasting on Waves, which will bring a whole new perspective to food."
- Sheila Dikshit in AFP
This is a great activity to revive the feasting and celebration tradition associated with biryani in India,New Delhi Chief Minister Sheila Dixit said.
- Steven Rattner in Reuters
I still think it is an accident waiting to happen,Rattner said. "Of all the bubbles, the bubble in the credit market today is one of the greatest -- it is beyond any rational measure. Frankly, we are all feasting off the imprudence of our...