Pantagruel

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Pantagruel

(pænˈtæɡruːɛl)
n
(Literary & Literary Critical Terms) a gigantic prince, noted for his ironical buffoonery, in Rabelais' satire Gargantua and Pantagruel (1534)
ˌPantagruˈelian, ˌPantagruˈelic adj
ˌPantaˈgruelˌism n
ˌPantaˈgruelist n

Pan•tag•ru•el

(pænˈtæg ruˌɛl, -əl, ˌpæn təˈgru əl)

n.
the huge son of Gargantua in Rabelais' novels Pantagruel (1532) and Gargantua (1534).
Pan`ta•gru•el′i•an, adj.
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But they all eat; there is no Pantagruelic dinner, there is no waste of food.