pseudish

pseudish

(ˈsjuːdɪʃ)
adj
censorious pretentious
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What saves Paolozzi from the rather pseudish existentialism of much 1950s culture, however, is the terrific dynamism with which his pieces are crafted and seemingly thrown together.
AFTER satirical magazine Private Eye branded his poems pseudish, Paul McCartney huffily announced he was stopping his donations.
They reflect the fashionable styles of the period: many were Tudor; others neo-Georgian and a few pseudish, or modernistic, or art deco.