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Jamesian

or James·e·an

[ jeym-zee-uhn ]
/ ˈdʒeɪm zi ən /
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adjective

of, relating to, or characteristic of the novelist Henry James or his writings.
of, relating to, or characteristic of William James or his philosophy.

noun

a student or follower of Henry James or William James.

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Origin of Jamesian

First recorded in 1870–75; James + -ian
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British Dictionary definitions for Jamesian

Jamesian

Jamesean

/ (ˈdʒeɪmzɪən) /

adjective

relating to or characteristic of Henry James or his brother, William James
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