Banqueted [adjective]

Definition of Banqueted:

given hospitality

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Sentence/Example of Banqueted:

And ere twenty summers had fanned her cheek, the grave-worm banqueted upon its loveliness.

Congress passed a vote of thanks to him; he was banqueted, toasted, serenaded, and shortly became an admiral.

Sixty-six persons banqueted at Gorleston on a single “sea-pie,” which weighed 200 lbs.

One hundred grenadiers, each six feet high, waited at table when he was being banqueted.

Thy heart would have made me a brave breakfast, and I would have banqueted on thy life-blood!

With four or five exceptions, these unworthy defenders banqueted with the officers.

The lovely companions have danced, and sung, and banqueted, and laughed; what further bliss remains for man?

Here lived the princess Elizabeth, and in the halls where kings have banqueted the marquis's horses now munch their oats.

When they had in this manner banqueted, Haddad-Ben-Ahab fell sick, and there was a great talk concerning the same.

They banqueted all night long, and kept the banquet up together all the next day after the banquet had ended.