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Meaning of FEAST

Pronunciation:  feest

Matching Terms:  feasibility, feasible, feasibleness, feast day, feast of booths, feast of dedication, feast of lights, feast of tabernacles, feast of the circumcision, feast of the dedication, feast of the unleavened bread, feast of weeks, feaster, feastful, feasting

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 Definition: Seeing a feast in your dream indicates your emotional needs or sexual appetite. Pleasant surprises may also be in your near future. Seeing disorder at a feast, foretells of quarrels or unhappiness through the negligence or sickness of some person. To arrive late to a feast means of a bothersome event that will occupy your mind.
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