Definition of Ramboesque in English:

Ramboesque

Line breaks: Rambo|esque
Pronunciation: /rambəʊˈɛsk
 
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adjective

(Of a man or his behaviour) exceptionally tough or aggressive: the Ramboesque, self-styled warrior who commanded the protest movement
More example sentences
  • The photographs clearly have a weekend warrior, Rambo-esque aura about them.
  • They are ready to condemn everyone for cowardice when they are captured by the enemy and fail to behave in what they consider a properly Rambo-esque manner.
  • The actor's struggle to keep his Rambo-esque figure at 60 was revealed when an Australian court charged him with importing 48 vials of a human growth hormone said to reduce the signs of ageing.

Origin

1980s: from Rambo + -esque.

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