Definition of Pantagruelian in English:

Pantagruelian

Line breaks: Panta|gruel|ian
Pronunciation: /ˌpantəɡruːˈɛlɪən
 
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adjective

rare
Enormous: a Pantagruelian banquet
More example sentences
  • It is a sad fact that the great poets of yore would have been nothing without Pantagruelian drug habits which inspired and fuelled their genius.
  • The Pantagruelian warrior gives a booming laugh, his mighty hammer bar resting easily on his shoulder.
  • "I missed about 30 cases in those nine months," said Toots, happily pouring down Pantagruelian shots of brandy.

Origin

late 17th century: from Pantagruel (the name of an enormous giant in Rabelais's novel Pantagruel (1532)) + -ian.

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