Jeevesian

Jeevesian

(ˈdʒiːvzɪən)
adj
of, relating to, or like the butler Jeeves, who was, in the fiction of P. G. Wodehouse, a master of tact, euphemism, and ingenuity
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The Post's interviewer could no more utter a discreet Jeevesian cough and correction than the Tribune's interviewer could point out to his subject the absurdity of portraying himself as the victim of "censorship.
In the first substantial dialogue sequence -- which occupies a whole scene in the original play -- Felicity's butler, Crestwell (Stephen Fry, all Jeevesian smarm), comes up with the idea of Moxie having suddenly inherited some money and deciding to stay on at Marshwood out of choice.