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Feast Adjective Synonyms
observance, celebration, rite, ritual, solemnization, commemoration, memorialization, anniversary, birthday, jubilee, feast-day, festival, fête, holy day, holiday, red-letter day, occasion, event, gala
Church calendars list both movable and immovable feasts.
Feast Noun Synonyms
dine, wine (and dine), fare well or sumptuously, (over)indulge, gorge (oneself), gormandize, eat one's fill
We feasted on roast turkey with all the trimmings.
treat, delight, pleasure, gratification
Seeing you again was a feast for the eyes.
entertain, feed, wine and dine, treat, regale
Visitors to Arthur's court were feasted with the finest viands available.
banquet, (lavish) dinner, (sumptuous) repast, (Lucullan or Epicurean) treat, spread, beanfeast, blow-out, beano
Dinner at Patrick's is no mere meal - it is a feast.
Feast Verb Synonyms
delight, gratify, please, cheer, gladden
Ali Baba feasted his eyes on the vast treasure in the cave.
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Entertainment / Literature / Beheading Game: A motif from Celtic literature that appears in diverse works such as the Middle Irish Briciu's Feast and the Middle English Sir Gawain and the Green Knight, this situation is one, according to Marie B MORE
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Life Style / Holiday / Epiphany: Epiphany is the Twelfth Day of Christmas and the end of the Christmas season. Comes from the Greek word referring to the baptism of Jesus and the arrival in Bethlehem of the Three Wise Men who came to MORE
Life Style / Holiday / Shiva Ratri: Jewish people celebrate the 50th day after the beginning of passover as the end of the Passover period. It is called Shavuot, the Feast of Weeks, or Pentecost. Shavuot is a time when the Torah is cele MORE
Life Style / Holiday / Raksha Bandhan: Purim is a Jewish holiday, sometimes called Feast of Lots. The Hebrew word Purim means lots. Drawing or casting lots is similar to rolling a dice. The origin of Purim is from the story about casting l MORE