feaster








<. The spelling -ea- was used in Middle English to represent the sound we mis-call “long e.” Meaning “abundant meal” (whether public or private) is from late 14c.

v.

c.1300, “partake of a feast,” from Old French fester, from feste (see feast (n.)). Related: Feasted; feasting.

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