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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But now Grand Tour star James May has revealed he, Jeremy Clarkson and Richard Hammond are not the blokeish besties they appear, rarely hanging out after filming.
This could make you think it might be a bit too blokeish - which couldn't be further from the truth.
Here, the book is at its strongest: elegiac, transcendent -- perhaps most remarkably so in their plain-spoken and blokeish exchanges.
This unseasonal warm weather has found it a tad uncomfortable to dress as I would wish, and so her indoors suggested I don something less constricting for my monthly visit to the epitome of all things blokeish, the gents' barber.
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. I have always seen myself as metrosexual and in touch with my feminine side" - Broadcaster Angus Deayton.
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.
We've all heard variations of it: "You need to man up, mate!" or "There was no such thing as depression in my day." 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.
Joannides defended the comments -- which he shared but did not write -- as "blokeish banter" and said he was frustrated by Central Office's decision which came after he was cleared by the police and his local party.
He said he was still surprised at the campaign's global success, but believed that it was achieved through blokeish bonding.