n.) A feast; a sumptuous entertainment of eating and drinking; often, a complimentary or ceremonious feast, followed by speeches.
A banquet was held in her honour.
They held a congratulatory banquet.
They regaled me on a Chinese banquet.
I am glad to preside at this banquet.
He mentioned the matter of the banquet.
The banquet was attended by 200 guests.
The whole of the banquet scene is mimed.
They held a banquet of epic proportions.
Everything you cook for me is a banquet.
I remember him at a banquet on that night.
He celebrated his birthday with a banquet.
We had a banquet, which ended up with soup.
We should get some wine in for the banquet.
They disposed of all the food for the banquet.
The meal that followed was a veritable banquet.
The kitchens are preparing for a lavish banquet.
Do we have to wear evening dress for the banquet?
He is in the person of his father for the banquet.
The Lord Mayor attended a state banquet last night.
In banquet halls folding partitions are very popular.
They commemorated their victories with a grand banquet.
At the banquet all the foreign guests wore evening dress.
The banquet gave the chef a chance to flaunt his talents.
The banquet is permeated with an atmosphere of friendship.
She disgraced herself by drinking too much at the banquet.
He was suddenly taken ill at a banquet given in his honour.
The banquet was permeated with an atmosphere of friendship.
The president was guest of honour at the society’s banquet.
At the banquet we chin – chinned and tried to look cheerful.
Last night he attended a state banquet at Buckingham Palace.
The ambassador is giving a banquet for the visiting president.
I want to mention the release of our new software edition at the banquet.