menschy

menschy

(ˈmɛnʃɪ)
adj, menschier or menschiest
honourable or decent
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This menschy tradition represents an alternative definition of Jewish masculinity that can possibly save Duncan from his abyss of despair and rage.
Jacob Bloch is nobody's idea of a mensch, yet this is a menschy novel, absolutely honest about male flaws and the ever-imperfect, always essential work of shoring up the intimacies on which our souls rely.
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Beautifully played by James Caan--looking thinner on top, thicker around the middle and as menschy as ever--this droll, distant dad brings his son's literary aspirations and earlier cynicism about relationships into sharp focus, and the real-life father-son interplay renders their onscreen dynamic all the more moving.
Silver rose to fame with Valerie Harper and Julie Kavner in "Rhoda", as their menschy neighbour, Gary.
* President Abbas and Prime Minister Fayyad sent Prime Minister Netanyahu condolences, which is very menschy. The bad news is they felt they needed to keep it secret.
Its divide-and-conquer mindset arguably comes from the British Empire's playbook.) While the show was menschy enough to air influential Haaretz columnist Ari Shavit calmly explaining what was wrong with the segment's premisenamely, "Israel is not persecuting Christians as Christians.
A stellar coach and generally considered a menschy guy, Pearl engaged in practices not far from the standard operating procedures of most major-program coaches (among other things, he recruited high-school juniors a mite too aggressively)at least until he got caught lying about it to NCAA investigators.