[ UK /ɹɪpˈɑːst/ ]
NOUN
  1. the food served and eaten at one time
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How To Use repast In A Sentence

  • But no huts nor bothies nor tents did they set up that night, nor did they [LL. fo.59.] prepare food nor drink, nor made they a meal nor repast. The Ancient Irish Epic Tale Táin Bó Cúalnge
  • Here renewed delights expanded, for the "poor pig" became lively and almost "gamesome," being greatly astonished by the light and men and the repast at this hour of the night. The Ordeal A Mountain Romance of Tennessee
  • Aidan had set out a repast of beef stew and warm, crusty white bread along with peach nectar to drink.
  • The volubility of his tongue was only equalled by the rapidity of his invention and his powers of mastication; for, during the whole of this entertaining monodrame, his teeth were in constant motion, like the traversing beam of a steamboat; and as he was our captain as well as our guest, he certainly took the lion's share of the repast. Frank Mildmay The Naval Officer
  • Sorry Tetsuya and your three chef's hats, but in a lifetime of gluttony I cannot recall a tastier nor more satisfying repast. Stuff.co.nz - Stuff
  • If you're interested in ham hocks, cornbread, southern funeral repasts, and the history of soul food, she's the expert.
  • In their newly decorated dining room, alive with rich, warm reds, the grand repast consisted of three meager chops.
  • As he case his eyes about, too, he was still further encouraged, by perceiving that the dead body, which had caused him some alarm, was that of a deer; and his satisfaction was complete, in discerning, by the savoury steams which issued from a kettle suspended by a hooked stick over the fire, that there was a part cooking for the evening's repast. Bracebridge Hall, or The Humorists
  • Another comrade made full confession, testifying in court that at one time they killed and roasted a "great fatt pigg" in the lot, giving what remained "to the dogges," John seasoning the repast with stories of former thefts. Anne Bradstreet and Her Time
  • During the repast, she had occasion to speak severed times.
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