Rabelais wrote Gargantua here, in this city devoted to the most pantagruelian of pleasures.
I imagine myself as Panurge, taking counsel with a pantagruelian friend.
All he says of the pantagruelian herb, though he amply developed it for himself, is taken from Pliny's chapter on flax.
The father of the new one was a great gormandizer of pantagruelian dimensions.
To the heathen philosopher succeeded a pack of Capuchins, monks who forbid us the use of beans, that is, pantagruelian books.