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Example sentences from the Web for feast
In deep water, where relatively few animals live, the feast may last for years.
One day, she wins the lottery, and instead of using the money to finally go back home, she uses it to prepare a lavish feast in honor of the sect’s founder.
A feast of comedies, dramas, documentaries, and more to stream at home.
Here are 10 great films you can stream about feasts, food, family, and what cooking and eating teach us about being human.
Eager as ad buyers were for major sports like the NBA and NFL to return to TV, many were anxious about how the volume of sports on TV going from famine to feast would affect viewership.‘Significant under-delivery’: TV advertisers grapple with glut of live sports affecting viewership|Tim Peterson|September 24, 2020|Digiday
It was known as the feast of Akitu, and it was celebrated in April.
The mythic origin of the feast was the creation of the world by the god Marduk.
Given the somewhat macabre origins of the feast, many of the celebrations were designed to placate the gods.
Feast your eyes on the ‘top-grain leather,’ ‘original’ design, gilded pages.
Then feast your ears on this 1969 Bill Cosby routine about drugging and seducing women.
In both cases the decision was made at a feast, and in favour of the one who “loved much.”Solomon and Solomonic Literature|Moncure Daniel Conway
They were just about to celebrate tabagie, or a solemn feast, over his last farewell.
In the spring of 1880 she went again to Paris, only to "feast on things artistic."Women in the fine arts, from the Seventh Century B.C. to the Twentieth Century A.D.|Clara Erskine Clement
Death comes in, the bread at the feast turns black, the hound falls down—and so on.The Wave|Algernon Blackwood
But strangest of all the dishes at the Tagal's feast was one prepared from a kind of beetle.Alila, Our Little Philippine Cousin|Mary Hazelton Wade
British Dictionary definitions for feast
- to eat a feast
- (usually foll by on) to enjoy the eating (of), as if feastingto feast on cakes