Synonyms of feast
- 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
Thesaurus for feast from the Collins English Thesaurus
a large and sumptuous meal, usually given as an entertainment for several people