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Feast - Meal provided by female, one of four playing cards

Word by letter:
  • Feast - Letter on F
  • 1 - st. word F
  • 2 - st. word E
  • 3 - st. word A
  • 4 - st. word S
  • 5 - st. word T

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Feast - Wedding reception, say Feast - Religious observance Feast - Thanksgiving celebration Feast - Big spread Feast - "babette's ---" Feast - Seder, e.g Feast - Spread Feast - Lavish meal Feast - Gorge Feast - Luau, e.g Feast - Awesome spread Feast - Don't merely dine Feast - Do more than dine Feast - Magnificent meal Feast - Religious commemoration Feast - Eat like a king Feast - Large spread Feast - Famine alternative Feast - High-priced spread Feast - Resplendent repast Feast - Thanksgiving celebration, e.g Feast - Sumptuous spread Feast - It usually has many courses Feast - Banquet Feast - Extensive spread Feast - Elaborate meal Feast - Splendiferous spread Feast - Monumental meal Feast - Meal fit for a king Feast - Spread on the table Feast - Elaborate banquet, e.g Feast - Take many courses Feast - Eat sumptuously Feast - Lavish spread Feast - Plentiful supply Feast - It has many sides Feast - Thanksgiving dinner, for some Feast - Impressive spread Feast - Hemingway's "a moveable ___" Feast - Whopper of a meal Feast - Fit-for-a-king spread Feast - Epicurean event Feast - Famine's opposite Feast - Abundant meal Feast - Take advantage of the buffet Feast - Lavish dinner Feast - Quite a spread Feast - Grand meal Feast - Big meal Feast - Major meal Feast - Hemingway's 'a moveable ___' Feast - 'enough is as good as a .....' Feast - Banquet or religious festival Feast - "enough is as good as a ....." Feast - Famine counterpart Feast - Extravagant meal Feast - "enough is as good as a . . . . ." Feast - Lots to eat, yet fast around the east Feast - Luau Feast - Celebratory meal Feast - In lent, english celebrate Feast - Celebration Feast - Sumptuous meal Feast - Huge nosh-up Feast - (eat) a rich meal Feast - Binge eating primarily found in tipsy lovelorn … Feast - Thanksgiving meal Feast - English brought in quickly spread Feast - Lent perhaps broken by start of easter celebration Feast - Fine source of chinese food for banquet Feast - In café a steak dinner perhaps Feast - Adventure's ending when breaking foot in gorge Feast - Hunt celebration with fellow writers Feast - Eat lavishly Feast - Belshazzar's party Feast - Meal provided by female, one of four playing cards Feast - Rapidly consumed oriental repast Feast - Junket Feast - Tuck-in; blow-out Feast - Repast Feast - Eat nothing round end of june, then wine and dine Feast - Description of sprinter consuming energy meal Feast - Diet includes energy meal Feast - Beano Feast - Diet round fifth of september, then wine and dine Feast - Elaborate banquet Feast - Last of marmite used in quick spread Feast - Post-harvest celebration Feast - Fine quarter for banquet Feast - Eat well Feast - Famine's antithesis Feast - Luau, for instance Feast - Spread of loud music by one direction? Feast - Exploit involving second blowout Feast - Elaborate spread Feast - Twist of fate's causing blow-out Feast - Star meal, perhaps Feast - Metaphor for abundance Feast - Delicious spread Feast - Abundant spread Feast - Luau or seder Feast - Iron a shirt, both sides, for banquet Feast - Large meal Feast - Mega-meal Feast - Mega-meal