verb (used with object), ban·quet·ed, ban·quet·ing.
verb (used without object), ban·quet·ed, ban·quet·ing.
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Origin of banquet
synonym study for banquet
OTHER WORDS FROM banquetban·quet·er, ban·que·teer [bang-kwi-teer], /ˌbæŋ kwɪˈtɪər/, noun
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Example sentences from the Web for banquet
Browning said all of the laid off full-time employees from banquets, the department in which Zakopyko worked, were women.City to Weigh Measure Giving Laid-Off Hotel Workers First Shot at Open Jobs|Maya Srikrishnan|September 8, 2020|Voice of San Diego
The banquet was paid for with public funds, and taxpayers were understandably upset.
A table creaking under the weight of a Christmas banquet, a classic celebration of binge eating and drinking.
Another island tale purports that there was once a banquet arranged at the manor for Queen Victoria and Prince Albert.
These are the reasons why Marzel tapped me on the shoulder at a Kahanist banquet—I was a Kahanist posterboy.
“You are my hero,” said Baruch Marzel, the militant leader of the Jewish National Front, as he embraced me at a banquet in 2006.
Ismar, wishing to give his body a splendid funeral, prepared a banquet of royal bounty to increase the splendour of the obsequies.The Danish History, Books I-IX|Saxo Grammaticus ("Saxo the Learned")
The banquet in the air on the present occasion could only be done justice to by the courtly painters of the reign of Louis XV.Lothair|Benjamin Disraeli
What will happen at the banquet between Max and Colonel Bridau?The Two Brothers|Honore de Balzac
A banquet was prepared for the following day, to which many guests were invited.Our Little Czecho-Slovak Cousin|Clara Vostrovsky Winlow
Each of these great leaders of Japan had his wife by his side at the banquet table.Flash-lights from the Seven Seas|William L. Stidger