feast ( feasts plural & 3rd person present) ( feasting present participle) ( feasted past tense & past participle )
1 n-count A feast is a large and special meal.
Lunch was a feast of meat and vegetables, cheese, yoghurt and fruit, with unlimited wine..., The fruit was often served at wedding feasts...
2 verb If you feaston a particular food, you eat a large amount of it with great enjoyment.
They feasted well into the afternoon on mutton and corn stew... V on n
3 verb If you feast, you take part in a feast.
Only a few feet away, their captors feasted in the castle's banqueting hall. V
The feasting, drinking, dancing and revelry continued for several days.
4 n-count A feast is a day or time of the year when a special religious celebration takes place.
The Jewish feast of Passover began last night...
5 If you feast your eyes on something, you look at it for a long time with great attention because you find it very attractive.
feast one's eyes on sth/sb phrase V inflects
She stood feasting her eyes on the view.
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