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Churchillian (tʃəˈtʃɪlɪən) 



  1. relating to, typical of or reminiscent of Winston Churchill   ⇒ John Winston's language proved distinctly Churchillian.

Example Sentences Including 'Churchillian'

"We just can't cut and run," said Bush in London, trying to sound Churchillian.
Toronto Sun (2003)
Countries debated issues of national identity, a phenomenon the pundits had relegated to the Churchillian archives.
India Today (2002)
He turned and looked at his Deputy; gave him his Churchillian glare.
Loraine, Philip Loaded Questions
In its own way, however, this was a Churchillian vote of confidence.
Simon Ball THE GUARDSMEN (2004)
Now, these being Churchillian times, you may be tempted to cry "Some art!
Times, Sunday Times (2001)
The first, in 1945, incorporated the Churchillian V for victory sign.
Misc (1999)
Wenger never resorts to Churchillian oratory to rally his troops.
Times, Sunday Times (2002)


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