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  • verb archaic Third-person singular simple present indicative form of feast.


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feast +‎ -eth


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  • The county historian of those days had described him as "a very honest sensible man, who died in the year of our Lord 1687, and his body, so like to be buried in the sea and to feed fishes, lies buried in Paignton churchyard, where it feasteth worms."

    From John O'Groats to Land's End Robert Naylor

  • Sin 'thou knowest me, thou knowest also that he who feasteth with me must pay his reckoning.

    The Adventures of Robin Hood Howard Pyle 1882

  • Julio comes back to reason, hates the dreadful bride, and feeds on limpets, "by the mass, he feasteth well!"

    Adventures Among Books Andrew Lang 1878

  • These flagons, therefore, were types of those feastings, and of those large draughts of Divine love, that the Lord Jesus draweth for and giveth to his spouse in those days that he feasteth with them.

    Works of John Bunyan — Volume 03 John Bunyan 1658

  • The learned Clarke Erasmus is arriu'de within our Englishe Courte, this day I heare, he feasteth with an Englishe honourd Poett the Earle of Surrey, and I knowe this night the famous Clarke of Roterdame will visite

    Sir Thomas More Anonymous 1590


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