Thesaurus / banqueted
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We were banqueted and paraded, and all kinds of honours were showered upon us.
FROM THE BOTTOM UPALEXANDER IRVINE
On days of larger wealth they banqueted regally on bread and butter and tinned meats and ginger snaps.
The Seniors, dignified in cap and gown, had been fêted and banqueted, the cynosure of all eyes.
T. HAVILAND HICKS SENIORJ. RAYMOND ELDERDICE
Although the travellers had banqueted on roots, and been regaled with tobacco smoke, yet their stomachs craved more generous fare.
True it was that when he went there he was received with an orchestra by his debtors, who banqueted him and heaped gifts upon him.
The man who introduced the rabbit there was banqueted and lauded; but they would hang him, now, if they could get him.
FOLLOWING THE EQUATOR, COMPLETEMARK TWAIN (SAMUEL CLEMENS)
Congress passed a vote of thanks to him; he was banqueted, toasted, serenaded, and shortly became an admiral.
LORD LYONS: A RECORD OF BRITISH DIPLOMACYTHOMAS WODEHOUSE LEGH NEWTON
Then the others were called from the ships, and we banqueted together.
NATIONAL EPICSKATE MILNER RABB
The lovely companions have danced, and sung, and banqueted, and laughed; what further bliss remains for man?
They banqueted him at the Luxembourg with every outward sign of satisfaction.

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