Definitions

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  • adj. Reminiscent of a thriller.

Etymologies

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thriller +‎ -esque

Examples

  • "'What I do [Mezrich explains] is I interview the people, I get the thousands of pages of court documents, and then I write it in this thrilleresque entertaining style."

    David O. Stewart: The Wages of Mendacity

  • And what I do is I interview the people, I get the thousand of pages of court documents, and then I write it in this thrilleresque entertaining style.

    CNN Transcript Jul 26, 2009

  • Cinematic depictions of terrorism similarly rely on thrilleresque caricatures which attribute the whole phenomenon to the warped psychologies or psychopathic evil of its protagonists.

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