fuguelike

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

fugue +‎ -like

Adjective[edit]

fuguelike (comparative more fuguelike, superlative most fuguelike)

  1. Resembling a fugue

Adverb[edit]

fuguelike (comparative more fuguelike, superlative most fuguelike)

  1. In the manner of a fugue
    • 2007 October 21, Field Maloney, “Here in Dinkytown”, New York Times:
      Ultimately, Furst suggests that each generation is condemned to live out its parents’ unresolved stories, over and over, fuguelike.