Enormous.‘a Pantagruelian banquet’
- ‘"I missed about 30 cases in those nine months," said Toots, happily pouring down Pantagruelian shots of brandy.’
- ‘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.’
Late 17th century: from Pantagruel (the name of an enormous giant in Rabelais's Gargantua and Pantagruel) + -ian.