- banquet, repast, spread (informal), dinner, entertainment, barbecue, revel, junket, beano (British, slang), blowout (slang), carouse, slap-up meal (British, informal), beanfeast (British, informal), jollification, carousal, festive board, treat, hakari (New Zealand) •
Lunch was a feast of meat, vegetables, cheese, and wine.
- festival, holiday, fête, celebration, holy day, red-letter day, religious festival, saint's day, -fest, gala day •
The feast of Passover began last night.
- treat, delight, pleasure, enjoyment, gratification, cornucopia •
Chicago provides a feast for the ears of any music lover.
- eat your fill, wine and dine, overindulge, eat to your heart's content, stuff yourself, consume, indulge, hoover (informal), gorge, devour, pig out (slang), stuff your face (slang), fare sumptuously, gormandize •
We feasted on cakes and ice cream.
- treat, entertain, regale, wine and dine, hold a reception for, kill the fatted calf for
'feast' in Other Languages
- British English: feast NOUN
A feast is a large and special meal.Lunch was a feast of meat and vegetables, cheese, yoghurt and fruit.
- British English: feast VERB
If you feast on a particular food, you eat a large amount of it with great enjoyment.They feasted well into the afternoon on mutton and corn stew.
Definition of feast from the Collins English Thesaurus
a large and sumptuous meal, usually given as an entertainment for several people
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