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Definition of -Esque
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- In the style or manner of; [appended to nouns, especially proper nouns, and forming adjectives.]
- Resembling; [appended to nouns, especially proper nouns, and forming adjectives.]
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by Gina Nahai
Even Sabya—the legendary crazy woman of the old Tehran ghetto who, in time, was immortalized as an adjective—sabya-esque means frighten- ingly, uncontrollably , ...
All Music Guide to Rock (2002)
The Definitive Guide to Rock, Pop, and Soul by Vladimir Bogdanov, Chris Woodstra, Stephen Thomas Erlewine
Abba-esque is a freewheeling blast. Bell's in wonderful voice throughout, and if nobody could truly match Agnetha and Frida in full effect. Bell's usual way with vocal overdubs makes for an adequate substitute. Clarke's revamping of the ...
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