Feast and Meal


Feast noun - A meal that is well prepared and greatly enjoyed.
Usage example: the Thanksgiving feast

Meal is a synonym for feast in thing topic. In some cases you can use "Meal" instead the word "Feast" as a noun or a verb, when it comes to topics like cooking.

Nearby Words: feasted, feasting


Meal noun - Food eaten or prepared for eating at one time.
Usage example: all she wants to do is sit quietly after the large Thanksgiving meal
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Synonyms for Meal

Feast is a synonym for meal in food topic. You can use "Feast" instead the word "Meal" as a noun or a verb, if it concerns topics such as repast.

Nearby Words: meat, mealtime, mealed

How words are described

fancy fancy feast fancy meal
full full feast full meal
best best feast best meal
welcome welcome feast welcome meal
Other adjectives: entire, real, large, big, great, enormous, huge, poisoned, main, sumptuous, traditional, final, gigantic, last, giant.

Both words in one sentence

  • Through His Stomach: Laurie does this with Rosalie a lot, most egregiously at the Feast where she kept sending the keymaker special treats throughout the meal.
  • When Henry has a heart attack on Thanksgiving and his careful preparations for the feast are ruined, Frank pulls some strings to reverse the hospital's dining hall and the whole clan shows up with the food so they can share the meal with the wheelchair-bound Henry.
  • Cooking Stories The sisters and the others in the town agree to attend the feast, but all decide amongst themselves not to comment in any fashion on the meal.
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