Japanese + -y
Japanesey (comparative more Japanesey, superlative most Japanesey)
- Somewhat Japanese; affecting a Japanese style.
- 1922, Harper's Magazine
- The lawns are spotted with curious, low-spreading, Japanesey-looking trees, and under these trees students squat on the grass with their books.
- 1973, Daniel Joseph Boorstin, The Image: A Guide to Pseudo-events in America
- The American tourist in Japan looks less for what is Japanese than for what is Japanesey.