Definitions

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  • adjective Of or relating to the James Bond series of espionage action films.

Etymologies

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Bond +‎ -ian

Examples

  • I'm going to guess that 'Bondian' is basically shorthand for any F#$% YEAH moment that involves a spy, plausible or no.

    Bondian, Yet Not Bond Pt. 1

  • Just because Forster doesn't spoonfeed the "Bondian" moments with an obligatory wink at the camera and pink neon sign, doesn't mean they aren't there .... they are.

    DVD Times

  • Just because Forster doesn't spoonfeed the "Bondian" moments with an obligatory wink at the camera and pink neon sign, doesn't mean they aren't there .... they are.

    DVD Times

  • No matter what the case, certain "Bondian" elements and traditions have shown 007 remains as popular as ever.

    CommanderBond.net

  • Just because Forster doesn't spoonfeed the "Bondian" moments with an obligatory wink at the camera and pink neon sign, doesn't mean they aren't there .... they are.

    DVD Times

  • No matter what the case, certain "Bondian" elements and traditions have shown 007 remains as popular as ever.

    CommanderBond.net

  • The lucky Dux not only survived these capers -- sometimes as the sole survivor -- but usually wound up in the arms of a Bondian seductress.

    FRANK W DUX

  • Either way, given its Bondian overtones, Consent to Kill is definitely the better title.

    CBS Films Gives Antoine Fuqua a CONSENT TO KILL – Collider.com

  • The scheme Moriarty concocts to set France and Germany at war with one another and then supply both sides with weapons of his own making treads dangerously close Bondian levels of grandiosity, and is so labyrinthine, with so many digressions, that it builds little of the interest we need in order to give a care about its outcome -- especially when the logical part of our brain already knows no such war actually occurred.

    Zaki Hasan: Zaki's Review: Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows

  • Yet there is a Bondian femme fatale in Inception, France's Oscar-winning actress Marion Cotillard.

    William Bradley: Does Inception Salvage the Summer Movie Season?

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