Definition of blokeish in English:

blokeish

Line breaks: bloke|ish
Pronunciation: /ˈbləʊkɪʃ
 
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(also blokish)

adjective

British informal
Indulging in or relating to stereotypically male behaviour and interests: it is not very blokeish of me, I admit, but I have a passion for shopping
More example sentences
  • And if they're not blokish, they say, ‘Well, we might as well talk to our friends in the pub.'’
  • Her outfits and blokish humour are viewed with muted approval, although even she is eventually portrayed as self-serving and unreliable.
  • Then he spoils his image as an incurable romantic with a blokish aside.

Derivatives

blokeishness

noun
More example sentences
  • I found my scepticism about his blokeishness fall away, to be replaced by a desire to cheer him on.
  • Politicians today flaunt their club allegiances as badges of authenticity and ordinary blokishness.
  • But some reviewers said I had an unpleasant blokishness about me and it's simply not true.

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