Oh, if all the three kingdoms had part of my love-feast, and of the comfort of a dawted prisoner!
Upon the sound ocean of "wind" the "Take, eat," or "love-feast" motive floats.
The dining-room is both an arena in which talkers fight with words upon a field of white damask, and a love-feast of discussion.
When it came to the turn of Thebes there was a break in this love-feast.
There was a Methodist quarterly meeting here, and a love-feast.
There was to be preaching at Welty's that day, and a love-feast in the evening.
Representations undoubtedly exist which illustrate the agape or love-feast of the primitive Church.
"It will be a sort of love-feast to Captain Maynard," she said, roguishly.
At the Nestleton love-feast there was a full gathering of members, not only from the village, but the region round about.
The other called it “the love-feast of Voltaire and the Vatican.”