- adj. informal Sundaylike
- Sunday + -ish (Wiktionary)
“It had been a Sundayish sort of Sunday for Ms Robinson.”
“Isn't it funny how Sunday Styles has become the first, most Sundayish, part of Sunday?”
“_You_'re all right, but I'm afraid I look far from Sundayish.”
“There was a lazy Sundayish atmosphere about the village as Antony passed through it, with Josephus now at his heels.”
“That stylish, Sundayish dress was already too much mussed and wrinkled.”
“She had changed her clothes and looked, he noted it with positive relief, much more Sundayish.”
“Kitty has come to my door to ask if I should like to come and read something nice and Sundayish with them in her grandmamma's dressing - room.”
“Fridays are not good days for web-browsing - so here's your Saturday/Sundayish edition, once again!”
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