Definition of Feasters

1. Noun. (plural of feaster) ¹



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Definition of Feasters

1. feaster [n] - See also: feaster

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Feasters

feasibility
feasibility studies
feasible
feasibleness
feasibly
feasing
feast
feast-day
feast day
feast days
feast for the eyes
feast one's eyes
feast or famine
feasted
feaster
feasters (current term)
feastest
feasteth
feastful
feasting
feastings
feastless
feastlike
feastly
feasts
feat
feat.
feat of strength
feated
feateous

Literary usage of Feasters

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1. Illustrations of Political Economy.: By Harriet Martineau by Harriet Martineau (1834)
"FASTERS AND feasters. THERE were two opposite lights on the horizon that night, to those who looked out from the village. While the moon sank' serenely ..."

2. Journal of Voyages and Travels by the Rev. Daniel Tyerman and George Bennet by Daniel Tyerman, George Bennet, London Missionary Society (1832)
"... the chief Seat of ancient Idolatry—Public Festival—Singular Appearance of the feasters—Speeches—Tea- ..."

3. Voyages and Travels Round the World: By the Rev. Daniel Tyerman and George by Daniel Tyerman, George Bennet, James Montgomery, London Missionary Society (1841)
"nt Idolatry—Public Festival—Singular Appearance of the feasters— Speeche«—Tea -drink ing— ... feasters ..."

4. The English Spy: An Original Work, Characteristic, Satirical, and Humorous by Charles Molloy Westmacott (1826)
"... ON feasters AND FEASTING. On the Attachment of the Moderns to Good Sating ami Drinking—Its Consequences and Operation upon Society—Different Description ..."

5. The Weaver Boy who Became a Missionary: Being the Story of the Life and by Henry Gardiner Adams (1867)
"Talkers and feasters- —Delicacies of the Season.—Prevalence of Fever.—Unsafe on the Hills.—Off to Cape Town.—Mrs. Livingstone and Family sent to England. ..."

6. A History of the Earth and Animated Nature ...: With Numerous Notes from the by Oliver Goldsmith (1857)
"What a pity this luxury hath not been introduced among us, and then our great feasters might be enabled to eat u little more ' character of their desires, ..."

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