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Sherlockian

[ shur-lok-ee-uhn ]
/ ʃɜrˈlɒk i ən /
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adjective
pertaining to or characteristic of the fictional detective Sherlock Holmes, known for his skill in solving mysteries through deductive reasoning.
noun
a devoted fan of or an expert on the adventures of Sherlock Holmes.
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Origin of Sherlockian

see origin at -ian
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