eating (part of speech: verb)
- As they reach their stadt, their approach having been watched by detached bodies of natives, who, lying concealed in the veldt, had taken up positions by which to secure the safe return of their friends, the tribes go forth to welcome them, and when the prizes have been inspected and report duly made to Headquarters they celebrate the event with no little feasting and dancing. - "The Siege of Mafeking (1900)", J. Angus Hamilton.
- And feasting is always somewhat sad To those outside the door- Still; Love is only a dream, and Life Itself is hardly more! - "India's Love Lyrics", Adela Florence Cory Nicolson (AKA Laurence Hope), et al..
- And when the day had been spent in feasting, Fortune was adorned by her mother, and sent to her husband's room. - "Twenty-two Goblins", Unknown.