festal

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Etymology[edit]

From Middle French festal, from Latin festum (feast)

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festal

  1. festive, relating to a festival or feast
    • 1905, O. Henry, Telemachus, Friend
      His wife had decorated it all up with hollyhocks and poison ivy, and it looked real festal and bowery.

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