blokeish

blokeish

(ˈbləʊkɪʃ) or

blokish

adj
informal sometimes derogatory denoting or exhibiting the characteristics believed typical of an ordinary man: blokeish nudges and winks. Also: blokey
ˈblokeishness, ˈblokishness n
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Channel 4 went for its usual formula of blokeish satire with Jeremy Paxman happy to play a parody of himself.
A BIKER accused of dangerous driving said his claim that he "popped a wheelie" at 120mph was just "typical blokeish bravado".
I took great offence at a journalist who called me blokeish.
It was blokeish, sometimes childish, always refreshingly un-PC, unpredictable and boundary-crashing.
The best of them, All The Boys, a brilliant description of a riotously blokeish stag do, takes us out of Caerphilly and over to Dublin.
But these aren't harmless, blokeish attitudes that separate men from boys, they are dangerous, thoughtless pieces of nonsense that are killing men and boys on an unprecedented scale.
Nothing vicious or personal, just blokeish joshing.
He said he was still surprised at the campaign's global success, but believed that it was achieved through blokeish bonding.
Yet he is the snake-oil salesman of British politics, conning voters with his easy charm and blokeish humour, and making pledges no government could, or should, keep.
The young dancers, dressed to kilt by Lez Brotherston in a mash-up Highland dress from acid green trews to trad tweeds, left us in no doubt as to what a Highlander wears under his kilt - this is a blokeish ballet.
Fortunately this incredibly talented, bright, and feisty woman has hit back at what she describes as "the blokeish culture that loves to decry clever women, especially ones who don't succumb to the masochism of Botox, and have no interest in dyeing their hair.
If you need proof of the emergence of this trend look no further than the success of a range of sauces with perhaps the most blokeish name ever: Man Meat Fire.