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zeitgeisty +‎ -ly


zeitgeistily (comparative more zeitgeistily, superlative most zeitgeistily)

  1. In a manner befitting the times.
    • 2009 January 25, Kathryn Flett, “Kathryn Flett: Jonathan Ross was great. Shame about Tom Cruise”, in The Observer[1]:
      OK, fair enough, maybe some people don't think the hair and suits work, but my point is that on Friday night we saw a Jonathan Ross who has clearly grown up and put away childish things, which was not only an essential career move but, post-inauguration, also a zeitgeistily fashionable nod to Obama.