banquet

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Synonyms for banquet

Synonyms for banquet

a large meal elaborately prepared or served

Synonyms for banquet

a ceremonial dinner party for many people

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a meal that is well prepared and greatly enjoyed

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provide a feast or banquet for

partake in a feast or banquet

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Toward midnight the banqueters touched glasses in a final toast.
We look across at the banqueters artfully arrayed in an arc around the crackling fire, yet the carpets are seen from above, and the ground plain has been tilted up as if it were wallpaper.
48) After Emma Hamilton had regaled the banqueters at the Beaufort Arms in Monmouth in 1802 with "Rule Britannia", she finished with an encore, a patriotic song that was especially popular in the West Country, which included the lines, "Come hither all ye youths of Bath,/Whose bosoms pant for glory.
Do the Hypatan banqueters laugh because a deformed narrator has both suffered a humility and then added to it by telling his own sorry tale, or do they laugh because a full-faced narrator has delayed till the very end of his tale the fact that his ego-protagonist is deformed, and that the whole tale has therefore been a fiction (21, 302 & 395)?
It began somberly with scenes of wartime Poland and Ukraine projected from a screen and visible to all the well-dressed banqueters.
A character in Aristophanes' Banqueters owes a debt of 200 drachmas and repays it with a silver drinking cup (and gold and silver plate was regularly made up in round figures in terms of contemporary currency standards).
the banqueters so badly that their corpses were unrecognisable.