Definition of feasted
eat and drink sumptuously.
They shared, according to Tacitus, a war orientated Teutonic lifestyle with a veneration for the portentous powers of sage women and a predilection for feasting and drinking to excess.
Example of feasted
Achilles slaughters sheep and they feast and drink.
But, whereas the vast majority of youngsters tucked into chips and feasted on cake, fresh fruit and yoghurts were not as popular.
For them, festivals are full of hassles, not to mention, the deluge of friends and relatives, who have to be feasted with the appropriate traditional dishes in the appropriate quantities.
He walked straight past his expectant friend, dipped his good hand into one of his pockets and sat down, feasting on a large slab of cheese.
He was feasted for a year and then cast out of the city.
I have bats upstairs who will feast tonight, and that's good.
I'm lucky, for I've got an invite to a bash in the Drill Hall where I spend the night dancing, drinking and feasting on mutton soup, pies and sandwiches.
In ancient times, before a battle, a general would feast his soldiers with alcohol and meat.
In the city they spend their days feasting , gaming, love-making and partaking of beautiful music.
In the summer they have parties on each allotment in turn, feasting on barbecues and getting sloshed on homemade wines.