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Pythonesque Line breaks: Py¦thon|esque
Pronunciation: /pʌɪθəˈnɛsk/

Definition of Pythonesque in English:

adjective

Denoting or resembling the absurdist or surrealist humour or style of Monty Python’s Flying Circus, a British television comedy series (1969–74): the film is very funny in its Pythonesque deadpan
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  • The Imponderables' humour is based around familiar, Pythonesque themes of deadpan absurdism.
  • The rather amusing and somewhat Monty Pythonesque The Weekly offers us the true origins of your name.
  • There's a Pythonesque element creeping in to this conversation.

Words that rhyme with Pythonesque

arabesque, burlesque, Dantesque, desk, grotesque, humoresque, Junoesque, Kafkaesque, Moresque, picaresque, picturesque, plateresque, Romanesque, sculpturesque, statuesque

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