Antonyms for movable feast

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This is a movable feast, and occurs between the 21st of January and the 19th of February.

Breakfast this morning was a movable feast and lasted till nine oclock.

Luncheon was a movable feast on the Ideal—as liable to be shifted about as the hands of a wayward clock.

The movable feast of the cocktail waned and the groups drifted upstairs.

Dinner was a family meal, but supper seems to have been a movable feast.

Then it was decided to make the library association a movable feast.

Luncheon in this pirate's craft was evidently a movable feast, to-day indefinitely postponed.

Easter Sunday is what is called a movable feast; it is not held each year upon the same day of the month.

They were all seated at the table already—supper is not a movable feast in that well-regulated establishment—save Aunt Elizabeth.

After breakfast, which was a movable feast at the "Widder's," he went after his mail and brought hers also.

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