pythonesque

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Pythonesque (ˌpaɪθəˈnɛsk)
 
adj
denoting a kind of humour that is absurd and unpredictable; zany; surreal
 
[C20: named after the British television show Monty Python's Flying Circus, first broadcast in 1969]

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Main Entry:  pythonesque
Part of Speech:  adj
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Pythonesque
1975, in ref. to the style of humor popularized by British TV series "Monty Python's Flying Circus."
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