How to use Rabelais in a sentence
Rabelais wrote Gargantua here, in this city devoted to the most Pantagruelian of pleasures.
Rabelais was not more cunning when he hit upon his stratagem for getting carried to Paris.Friend Mac Donald | Max O'Rell
Aristophanes has furnished jests for Rabelais, hints to Swift, and humor for Molière.Beacon Lights of History, Volume I | John Lord
The name was enough; they could not dine elsewhere, and Ambrose felt that he was honouring the memory of the great Rabelais.The Secret Glory | Arthur Machen
A scurvy trick; yet, as Master Rabelais says, Pantagruelians select not their bed.Under the Rose | Frederic Stewart Isham
Motteux, in his “Rabelais,” is the first to use “by jingo,” translating par dieu.
British Dictionary definitions for Rabelais
François (frɑ̃swa). ?1494–1553, French writer. His written works, esp Gargantua and Pantagruel (1534), contain a lively mixture of earthy wit, common sense, and satire
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