rabelaisian in a sentence
- She interspersed information about fabric and style with somewhat Rabelaisian humor.
- At least until that final, Rabelaisian quarter-hour.
- "Our Gang " ), the Jamesian and the Rabelaisian.
- It was long thought that the Rabelaisian hero Xenomanes was based on Alfonse.
- But few can match the Rabelaisian vigor and wit that Leguizamo brings to his.
- There is no point in being prudent at a churrascaria : It is a Rabelaisian experience,
- Buddy is a practical joker, a sexual adventurer, a Rabelaisian miscreant who gives Theroux some great moments.
- Off to Metro Drugs, where the Rabelaisian Platt said he needed " beauty products " for himself.
- He has his own quirky sense of color, a Rabelaisian sense of humor, and a subtler one, too.
- The Rabelaisian Madden is the best-paid, best-known and, arguably, the best announcer in sports.
- That face has come alive with an often Rabelaisian gusto in the writings of the 71-year-old Grass.
- Alternating between a bucolic portrait and Rabelaisian humor, the complex, linguistically rich and often satirical work defies easy interpretation.
- Putnam s first book of poems, " Trinc ", Rabelaisian for drink, was published in 1927.
- A somewhat Rabelaisian Web site urges that women to " take a STAND against long lines and wet seats ."
- The artist's unpredicted switch to an anti-lyrical, Rabelaisian cartoon style in the late'60s baffled practically everyone.
- There's an almost Rabelaisian zest about Matthews : He lays about him with such indiscriminate excitement that he flattens friend and foe alike.
- But the senator with the biggest legislative muscle on Capitol Hill is a Rabelaisian roustabout who hasn't had a new idea since the 1960s.
- The figure of Vivien is among the most heroic elaborated by the poets, and the giant Rainouart has more than a touch of Rabelaisian humour.
- Pstorel's " so very Rabelaisian " writing has a " thick, big, succulent note, that will saturate and overfill the reader ."
- Rabelaisian is the last word most people would use to describe the 57-year-old former education minister, the son of a French Protestant education official.