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feast US English

A large meal, typically one in celebration of something

feast US Thesaurus

a wedding feast

feast day US English

A day on which a celebration, especially an annual Christian one, is held

love feast US English

A feast in token of fellowship among early Christians; an agape

movable feast US English

A religious feast day that does not occur on the same calendar date each year. The term refers most often to Easter and other Christian holy days whose dates are related to it

movable feast New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

religious feast day that varies its date

midnight feast US English

A meal eaten late at night, especially in secret by children

Feast of Weeks US English

Another name for Shavuoth.

feast on in feast US English

Eat large quantities of

feast or famine US English

Either too much of something or too little

feast one's eyes on US English

Gaze at with pleasure

Feast of Dedication US English

Another name for Hanukkah.

Feast of Tabernacles US English

Another name for Succoth.

skeleton at the feast US English

A person or thing that brings gloom or sadness to an otherwise pleasant or celebratory occasion

beanfeast US English

A celebratory party with plentiful food and drink

feast or famine in feast US English

Either too much of something or too little

feast one's eyes on in feast US English

Gaze at with pleasure

skeleton at the feast in feast US English

A person or thing that brings gloom or sadness to an otherwise pleasant or celebratory occasion