The suffix ESQUE can be used to derive an adjective from a noun, and is most often used to do so when the noun is actually a proper name. Perhaps the most common such formation is Kafkaesque, meant to a situation that is alien, illogical, paradoxical.
"This year has been particularly illustrative, as the fake outrage machine has caricatured itself like a Bigfoot-esque monster truck in a desperate bid for attention."Salon, 23 December 2011.
"Obama's Carteresque Plan for Iran""Human Events" Headline, November 12 2010.
Is Obama More Kennedyesque Than He'd Like?Vanity Fair, 10 December 2009.
Obama's Lincolnesque SpeechThe Root, 13 January 2011.
"A NIXONESQUE MOVE FROM TEAM OBAMA"New York Post Headline, 1 November 2008.
Obama's Tucson Speech Was Reagan-esqueUS News, 13 January 2011.
New York: A Trumanesque ComebackTime, 31 October 1969.
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