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Japanesque

[ jap-uh-nesk ]
/ ˌdʒæp əˈnɛsk /
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adjective
having a Japanese style.
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Origin of Japanesque

First recorded in 1880–85; Japan + -esque
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How to use Japanesque in a sentence

  • I have 302 nothing to confess, but if I had, I should be Japanesque and keep it to myself.

  • A few fans of the cheap Japanesque variety were pinned here and there in painful regularity.

    Mlle. Fouchette|Charles Theodore Murray
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