Noun(1) a ceremonial dinner party for many people(2) something experienced with great delight(3) a meal that is well prepared and greatly enjoyed(4) an elaborate party (often outdoors
Verb(1) partake in a feast or banquet(2) provide a feast or banquet for(3) gratify
(1) He also wishes to extend to you an invitation to dine with him at a feast of dancing and delights.(2) I know that the Mayor of Pisa, if he had any say in it at all, would like the tower to be reopened in June next year to coincide with the feast of their patron saint.(3) In ancient times, before a battle, a general would feast his soldiers with alcohol and meat.(4) For your pleasure is a feast of the finest entertainers in the land!(5) the concert season offers a feast of classical music(6) It was at these capitals where the chief would feast his people after collecting very beautiful and attractive sand, which he spread around the palace.(7) People who actually recognise good music when they see it realise that there is a lot more to this band than may first meet the eye, and that to listen to them is to enjoy a feast of musical delights.(8) The biggest holiday among Basques is the feast of their patron saint, Ignatius of Loyola, founder of the Jesuit order.(9) And for our listeners this morning, we have a delectation of delights, a feast of fantasies.(10) the feast was the highlight of the village year(11) the men would congregate and feast after hunting(12) The guests had gathered to enjoy a rich meal, celebrating the first day of the wedding feast .(13) Audiences will be treated to a feast of humour and stunning visual effects in a non-stop, action-packed event for the whole family to enjoy.(14) Gawain called the meal a feast , but his hosts brushed off the compliment, saying the next meal would be better.(15) There was even a nice crop of berries and some fruit trees nearby and they had quite the feast for their meal.(16) a wedding feast
(1) wedding feast :: тӯи арӯсӣ
(2) feast-day :: ид рӯз
(3) feast of the assumption :: иди гумони
(4) feast on :: ишрат оид ба
(5) feast or famine :: ид ё гуруснагӣ
(6) feast one's eyes on :: чашмони ид яке аз оид ба
(7) skeleton at the feast :: кузова дар ид
1. banquet ::
3. treat ::
4. fiesta ::
5. gorge on ::
дараи оид ба
6. hold a banquet for ::
баргузории зиёфати барои
7. junket ::
8. feed ::
1. deficiency ::
2. inadequacy ::
feast, feasted, feasting, feasts
Word Example from TV Shows
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And after the ceremony, there's a FEAST.
Game of Thrones Season 4, Episode 4
The whore's FEAST?
Game of Thrones Season 1, Episode 6
I want the funeral FEAST to be
the biggest the Kingdoms ever saw.
Game of Thrones Season 1, Episode 7
It was a FEAST.
Game of Thrones Season 6, Episode 4
We had a FEAST to celebrate.
Vikings Season 1, Episode 9
English to Tajik Dictionary: feast
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