auntly

auntly

(ˈɑːntlɪ)
adj, -lier or -liest
of or like an aunt
References in periodicals archive ?
I am incredibly proud of my nephew and niece and it isn't only auntly pride - they are people I am happy to know in their own right and happy to hang out with, always.
Her own mother would never do such a thing, would never have taken her on a trip to get her mind off her troubles, in fact had told her that the divorce was her fault (which belief Reena shared), and Laureen's curt dismissal of this opinion--all she'd said, in front of Reena, was "your mother is very narrow-minded"--typified her general auntly excellence.
josh wore cutoff jeans and no shirt, and as I passed I slapped his taut belly with my palm, sizing him up with auntly comedy.