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  • adj. Like a banker.
  • adj. Like that of a banker; fit for a banker.


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  • The woman's blond, bankerish-lookmg husband stood still for a moment, then he split from the shoulders down and toppled over Wylde's Falls.

    The Season of the Machete

  • Later on we got locked into agreeing, because of the bankerish view of the administration, that we would give them commodities instead of money.

    Truman Library - Charles P. Kindleberger Oral History Interview

  • On Saturday night Senkai was sparsely populated, mainly with young, bankerish couples on dates, seeming unexcited by each other, downing champagne nonetheless.

    Evening Standard - Home


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