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  • noun Plural form of feaster.


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  • Thirdly, Paaaeua was a man jealous, and with some cause (as shall be shown) for jealousy; and the feasters were the satellites of his immediate rival, Moipu.

    In the South Seas Robert Louis Stevenson 1872

  • On Thursday night, more than 1,100 white-wearing, chic picnickers convened outside the Winter Garden at the World Financial Center for the first ever New York "Dîner en Blanc" (Dinner in White), an event previously enjoyed by thousands of flash feasters in cities like Paris (natch), Amsterdam, Berlin and Zurich.

    Secret to a Picnic: Make It Big and White Lizzie Simon 2011

  • The natives along the coast were all dubious; and "bean-feasters" from London, dashing past in coaches, cheered and jeered and shouted insulting things after us.


  • Many of the feasters had not troubled to return to their houses, but lay about on the sand, in the mid-morning sunshine, men, women, and children and entire families, wherever they had yielded to slumber.


  • Sticky Fingers is taking orders for a slew of savory vegan sides and desserts you can bring to Thanksgiving dinner; owner Doron Greenblatt says the sides are "inconspicuous" -- so your fellow feasters will never know there's soy milk in the mashed potatoes.

    Going veggie this Thanksgiving? Lavanya Ramanathan 2010

  • He sat very quiet among the feasters, and looked askance whenever anyone caught his eye.

    Isabelle Estelle Bruno 2010

  • Keep in mind that It's unlikely that turkey was eaten by the first Thanksgiving feasters.

    Charlie Cray: Thanks for the Memories 2008

  • While the monk and his henchchick dilly-dally upstairs, the vampire king makes short work of the drunk feasters downstairs.

    In honor of the date: 6/6/6 - Shaolin Vs. Evil Dead moriarty6 2006

  • The other happy feasters convinced me that the fruit was edible.

    Renegade's Magic Hobb, Robin 2008

  • The journalists testifying today showed themselves as feasters, particularly Robert Novak, who said he talked to Karl Rove two to three times a week.

    Jeralyn Merritt: Libby Trial: The Media as Pawns or Knights? 2008


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