a large and special meal for many peopleLunch was a feast of meat, vegetables, cheese, and wine.
Last night he attended a state banquet.
They put on a spread of sandwiches for us.
dinner, , ,
The annual dinner was held in the spring.
revel, , ,
The revels often last until dawn.
blowout (slang), ,
Once in a while we had a major blow-out.
slap-up meal (British, informal), , , ,
festive board, ,
an annual religious celebrationThe feast of Passover began last night.
something extremely pleasingChicago provides a feast for the ears of any music lover.
to take part in a feastWe feasted on cakes and ice cream.
eat your fill,
wine and dine, ,
eat to your heart's content,
I could stuff myself with ten chocolate bars and still feel hungry.
consume, , ,
Andrew would consume nearly two pounds of cheese per day.
I could spend all day gorging on chocolate.
She devoured half an apple pie.
stuff your face (slang),
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in the sense of blowout
a large filling mealOnce in a while we had a major blow-out.
in the sense of celebration
There was a celebration in our house that night.
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