That was a truly Lincolnian speech, because it took a very complicated claim and made it very articulate.
Lincoln in the World focuses on several distinct challenges that defined “Lincolnian foreign policy.”
Professor Martens based his original plea of the czar's on the Lincolnian guide for the soldiers in our war.
The Lincolnian droop in his great, sad, mournful mouth accentuated the resemblance to the martyr president.
We decided that the remark was too Lincolnian to be mistaken and no man but he could have put the situation so quaintly.
"Lincolnian simplicity" was, in fact, an improvement on the code of his illustrious predecessor.
In more than one event the Lincolnian snappy and headlong manner was the fruit of study and deliberation.
The Lincolnian "leetle questions" were beginning to be rankling darts.
It was "Lincolnian felt," and Lincoln Island possessed yet another manufacture.