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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of feast.


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  • We have always "feasted" to endure the "famine" that always followed -- until now.

    T.S. Wiley: Sick and Tired, the Book of the Dead

  • "Perhaps the reason that my Unicorn never 'feasted' upon my energies was that I was not sufficiently pure for it.

    red dust

  • "They have always kind of feasted on teams that are making mistakes and aren't sure of what they're doing. - Sports News

  • As soon as the Red Sox saw he had neither, they ignored his breaking balls and feasted on his fastballs en route to a 6-4 win on Tuesday night in the Bronx.

    Score Sheet

  • They forgot the world and its ways, as the world had forgotten them; killed their meat as they found it; feasted in plenty and starved in famine, and searched unceasingly for the yellow lure.

    The Gold Hunters of the North

  • I remember that this loyal shoemaker was flattered to the skies, and (ominous sign, if he had understood it) feasted at the tables of some of the great.

    Letter 354

  • The media once feasted on such stories, although they never quite delved deeply enough into the phenomenon to increase the public's understanding of the subtle ways cynical and power-hungry people use phony spiritualism, alienation, and communes run by guru pretenders for power and profit.

    Warren Adler: Martha Marcy May Marlene: A Brave Movie

  • We sipped Apthorp-supplied Champagne, feasted on popcorn and discussed our children's college visit schedules.

    The Apthorp Show

  • They feasted on “three kinds of caviar for breakfast,” saw plays morning, noon and night, and thought it was wonderful.

    A Covert Affair

  • The dogs had feasted on opossum and porcupine—the latter obviously skinned by Pearl Hand before the dogs received the fat-rich carcass.

    Fire The Sky


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