To regale people self with good eating and consuming to feast
- To treat with a banquet or magnificent enjoyment of food to feast
- A feast a sumptuous activity of eating and ingesting often a complimentary or ceremonious feast accompanied by speeches
- provide a feast or banquet for
- a ceremonial social gathering for many people
- partake in a feast or banquet
- a meal this is certainly ready and greatly enjoyed
- A feast; a sumptuous enjoyment of eating and consuming; frequently, a no cost or ceremonious feast, followed closely by speeches.
- A dessert; a training course of sweetmeats; a sweetmeat or sweetmeats.
- to take care of with a banquet or sumptuous activity ofu000du000a meals; to feast.
- To regale one's self with good eating and ingesting; to feast.
- To partake of a dessert after a feast.
late 15c., "feast, magnificent entertainment," from French banquet (15c.; in Old French just "little workbench"), from Old Italian banchetto, diminutive of banco "bench;" originally a snack consumed on a bench (rather than at dining table), ergo "a small repast between meals;" the meaning has actually totally reversed. As a verb from 1510s.
- dinner [formal]
(n.) A feast; a sumptuous enjoyment of eating and ingesting; usually, a complimentary or ceremonious feast, followed by speeches.
- (letter.) A dessert; a program of sweetmeats; a sweetmeat or sweetmeats.
- (v. t.) To deal with with a banquet or magnificent enjoyment of meals; to feast.
- (v. i.) To regale one's self with good eating and consuming; to feast.
- (v. i.) To partake of a dessert after a feast.
The synod was concluded on the 9th of May 1619, by a magnificent banquet given by the chief magistrate of Dort.