Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun A Middle English form of feast.

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Examples

  • '_brecheles_ feste' of Caxton's and Hill's texts, l. 66, and l. 300, ffor truste ye well ye shall you not excuse ffrom _brecheles feste_, & I may you espye

    Caxton's Book of Curtesye

  • When they received rainy weather in response, they held a huge "feste" in Saint Joseph's honor.

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  • When they received rainy weather in response, they held a huge "feste" in Saint Joseph's honor.

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  • When they received rainy weather in response, they held a huge "feste" in Saint Joseph's honor.

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  • When they received rainy weather in response, they held a huge "feste" in Saint Joseph's honor.

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  • When they received rainy weather in response, they held a huge "feste" in Saint Joseph's honor.

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  • When they received rainy weather in response, they held a huge "feste" in Saint Joseph's honor.

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  • When they received rainy weather in response, they held a huge "feste" in Saint Joseph's honor.

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  • When they received rainy weather in response, they held a huge "feste" in Saint Joseph's honor.

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  • When they received rainy weather in response, they held a huge "feste" in Saint Joseph's honor.

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