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Synonyms for feast

eat your fill

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feast your eyes on something or someone

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  • look at with delight
  • gaze at
  • devour with your eyes

Synonyms for feast

a large meal elaborately prepared or served

feast on: to be avidly interested in

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a ceremonial dinner party for many people

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something experienced with great delight

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a meal that is well prepared and greatly enjoyed

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an elaborate party (often outdoors)

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partake in a feast or banquet

provide a feast or banquet for

gratify

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Because feasters take longer to realise they are full, a high-protein, low-GI (Glycemic Index) diet has the best chance of keeping you full for longer.
Feasters had long rivalled Kepak's market-leading Rustlers brand, with Tesco ditching Rustlers for Feasters in 2009-a move the retailer reversed last year.
To be in with a chance of winning, simply answer the following question: Which supermarket stocks the Fast Feasters range?
The introductory range of sandwiches is part of the Continental Feasters range of Ciabatta bread, which will continue to expand.
Festival favourites including The Ship& Mitre Beer Tent, Beer & Cider Festival, Little Feasters, the Good Life Marquee, a Chefs' Demo stage, International Street Food, Sheep Show and Vintage Village return to showcase the breadth of food and drink expertise that's fresh, home-grown and locally sourced.
The Irish owner of the Rustlers convenience burger brand has bought rival brand Feasters, The Grocer can reveal.
In Llanrumney Stores, in Llanrumney Avenue, a frozen Fast Feasters 99p microwave beefburger was 14 days out of date.
Perfect for lunch or as a snack at any time of the day, Feasters uses new technology that means it has a great 'oven baked' taste straight from the microwave.
New research into the use of alcohol in food, commissioned by leading culinary alcohol supplier Thomas Lowndes & Co, has revealed the UK consumer to be moving from a nation of feasters to one that prefers regular indulgent treats.
For consumers looking to learn more about America's $5 billion wood feasters, there's no better resource on the Web," notes Morris.
Microwaveable burger specialist Feasters has retired its laddish image through a range relaunch.
Children can visit the Little Feasters area with plenty to keep them entertained, from cooking workshops to treasure hunts.
Children will have their very own Little Feasters area with plenty to keep them entertained, from cooking workshops to treasure hunts.
It aims to be a fully fledged family festival with two music stages, a beer and cider festival, a kids' Little Feasters area, a Good Life marquee and a chef 's demo stage.
EatWell's Feasters range of microwaveable baguettes and burgers and Rustlers burgers, which meet demands for quick and easy lunches, have significant budgets behind them this year.