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Food and drink were served in such profusion at the wedding that the bride and groom began to wonder if they should not have invited more guests.
Last week I was treated to dinner by my friend who'd won at pachinko. It was all-you-can-eat so I ate to my heart's content.
Enough is as good as a feast.
Enough is as good as a feast.
She provided a good dinner for us.
She made a beautiful dinner for all of us.
She seems to be having a good feed over there.
She had wonderful food and, what was more, she was given a New year's gift.
They feasted on lobster and steak.
He ate every bit of his dinner.
When I visited my friend in Nagano, I was treated to delicious soba.
I'll treat you to sushi.
I'd like to treat you to lunch to thank you for all your help.
Let me treat you next time, then.
I regard crab as a great delicacy.
We arrived to find a huge meal ready for us.
I'll take care of it.
She gave a rich dinner for us in her garden last night.
The dinner was so delicious.
The first virtue of a painting is to be a feast for the eyes.

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