feaster
noun see feast II

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • Feaster — Feast er, n. 1. One who fares deliciously. [1913 Webster] 2. One who entertains magnificently. Johnson. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Feaster — Feastermay refer to the following: People* Allison Feaster, an WNBA player with the Indiana Fever. * Jay Feaster, an executive with the American National Hockey League. * Thomas D. Feaster, a former mayor of Largo, FloridaPlaces* Feasterville… …   Wikipedia

  • Feaster — This is one of a group of surnames of early German (Anglo Saxon) origins which were created from the habitual use of job descriptive nicknames. In this case the origination lies in the Old German word Veizet which denoted a good eater . However… …   Surnames reference

  • feaster — feast ► NOUN 1) a large meal, especially a celebratory one. 2) an annual religious celebration. 3) a day dedicated to a particular saint. ► VERB 1) have a feast. 2) (feast on) eat large quantities of …   English terms dictionary

  • feaster — See feast. * * * …   Universalium

  • feaster — noun One who feasts, who attends a feast. All the feasters eagerly awaited the arrival of the main course …   Wiktionary

  • feaster — n. one who eats and drinks well; banqueter, guest at a feast …   English contemporary dictionary

  • feaster — feast·er …   English syllables

  • feaster — noun see feast II …   Useful english dictionary

  • Mosheim Feaster — Born May 27, 1867(1867 05 27) Schellsburg, Pennsylvania, United States Died March 18, 1950(1950 03 18) (aged 82) San Bruno, California …   Wikipedia

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