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Falstaffianfall-STAF-ee-ənPart of speech: adjectiveOrigin: Unknown, 1800s
1Relating to or resembling Shakespeare’s character Sir John Falstaff in being fat, jolly, and debauched.
 
Examples of Falstaffian in a sentence “The Falstaffian lion barely moved when the safari truck drew near.” “Despite a Falstaffian reputation, he could quickly become very serious.”