Definition of 'feast'
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Keep e ply l expensive fresh herbs from the festive feast. The Sun (2016)Once there, you can enjoy an Arabic feast and entertainment. The Sun (2016)Thirty guests then bought tickets to enjoy the feast. Christianity Today (2000)The first world war put paid to the great house feasts because the servants disappeared. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Men who give frequent feasts that are well attended generally gain renown for themselves. Macrosociology: An Introduction to Human Societies (1995)Top chefs show how to cook a festive feast. The Sun (2010)So how did it emerge as such a sumptuous musical feast? Times, Sunday Times (2007)Should elected socialist politicians wear dinner jackets and attend feasts with grand people? The Global Marketplace (1993)Their food and their feasts of remembrance were what preserved them as a nation in storage. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Expect wonderful dancing and a visual feast. Times, Sunday Times (2007)The toughest thing has been distinguishing from such a feast of music. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The strawberry ice cream intended for the wedding feast melted. A Patchwork Garden: Unexpected Pleasures from a Country Garden (1990)Beside her the great fire crackles under the wooden eaves of the feasting hall. Times, Sunday Times (2014)That meant two whole days of feasting and celebrations. The Sun (2012)Just sit back and enjoy a feast of phenomenal wildlife footage before progress destroys it all. Times, Sunday Times (2008)It will be a great feast for all who come. The Sun (2012)This wonderful new series provides a feast for the ears as it explores the importance of film soundtracks. The Sun (2013)More microwave meal than gourmet feast. The Sun (2007)Research for that Gothic feast had me eating fried leeches. Times, Sunday Times (2010)That night, we feast on beef stew beneath two oil lamps. The Sun (2014)Last night I had my cheese feast. The Sun (2015)Dinner is another feast including grilled cheese sandwiches, deep-fried meat and burger and chips. The Sun (2010)The result is we gorge on special diets, feast on miracle fitness plans and devour self-help books. The Sun (2008)IT WAS a feast to set before a king. The Sun (2011)
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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.
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