SB 4.22.60

mātariśveva sarvātmā
 balena mahasaujasā
aviṣahyatayā devo
 bhagavān bhūta-rāḍ iva
Synonyms: 
mātariśvā — the air; iva — like; sarva-ātmā — all-pervading; balena — by bodily strength; mahasā ojasā — by courage and power; aviṣahyatayā — by intolerance; devaḥ — the demigod; bhagavān — the most powerful; bhūta-rāṭ iva — like Rudra, or Sadāśiva.
Translation: 
In his bodily strength and in the strength of his senses, Mahārāja Pṛthu was as strong as the wind, which can go anywhere and everywhere. As far as his intolerance was concerned, he was just like the all-powerful Rudra expansion of Lord Śiva, or Sadāśiva.