Jeevesian

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Etymology[edit]

From Jeeves, famous valet from the stories of P. G. Wodehouse.

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Jeevesian (not comparable)

  1. Typical of a perfect servant, valet, or butler.
    But we should hoot briefly and diplomatically (apologetically like a Jeevesian cough), not in a roar of self-righteous rage. – 22/01/2007, "Modern Manners", The Times [1]

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