Star Warsy

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Star Wars +‎ -y

Adjective[edit]

Star Warsy (comparative more Star Warsy, superlative most Star Warsy)

  1. Of, pertaining to, or characteristic of the science fiction franchise Star Wars.
    • 1983, Ms. Magazine, Volume 12, Issues 1-6, unknown page:
      There's undoubtedly a grain of truth in that view — like most snippets of technojargon, the word "modem" may sound needlessly Star Warsy.
    • 2007, Peter Downey & Ben Shaw, Everything You Want to Know about Jesus: Well ... Maybe Not Everything but Enough to Get You Started, Zondervan (2007), ISBN 9780310273370, page 27:
      He came back from death, not as a spooky, Star Warsy, flickering, ghostly image but in real flesh and blood.
    • 2010, Lisa Gardner, Live to Tell, Bantam Books (2010), ISBN 9780553807240, page 151:
      “We're back to the battle again? The war between light and dark? Kind of Star Warsy, don't you think?"
    • For more examples of usage of this term, see the citations page.

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