Associations to the word «Feast»
FEAST, noun. A very large meal, often of a ceremonial nature.
FEAST, noun. Something delightful
FEAST, noun. A festival; a holiday; a solemn, or more commonly, a joyous, anniversary.
FEAST, verb. (intransitive) To partake in a feast, or large meal.
FEAST, verb. (intransitive) To dwell upon (something) with delight.
FEAST, verb. (transitive) To hold a feast in honor of (someone).
FEAST, verb. (transitive) (obsolete) To serve as a feast for; to feed sumptuously.
FEAST DAY, noun. (religion) a religious festival for a particular saint or religious event
FEAST DAYS, noun. Plural of feast day
FEAST FOR THE EYES, noun. (idiomatic) visually pleasing sight.
FEAST OF FASTING, proper noun. Eid al-Fitr
FEAST OF FOOLS, noun. (in Medieval Europe) A festival, based on the Roman Saturnalia, celebrated near Christmas.
FEAST OF LIGHT, proper noun. Alternative term for Candlemas
FEAST OF LIGHT, proper noun. Alternative term for Epiphany
FEAST OF LIGHT, proper noun. Alternative term for Transfiguration
FEAST OF LIGHT, proper noun. Alternative term for Hannukah
FEAST OF LIGHT, proper noun. Alternative term for Tomb Sweeping Day
FEAST OF TRUMPETS, proper noun. (Judaism) Rosh Hashanah
FEAST OR FAMINE, noun. (idiomatic) A situation in which something is always either extremely abundant or in extremely short supply
FEAST, noun. A ceremonial dinner party for many people.
FEAST, noun. Something experienced with great delight; "a feast for the eyes".
FEAST, noun. A meal that is well prepared and greatly enjoyed; "a banquet for the graduating seniors"; "the Thanksgiving feast"; "they put out quite a spread".
FEAST, noun. An elaborate party (often outdoors).
FEAST, verb. Partake in a feast or banquet.
FEAST, verb. Provide a feast or banquet for.
FEAST, verb. Gratify; "feed one's eyes on a gorgeous view".
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