Definition of Adamesque
of architecture and furniture
: derived from the style of the brothers Adam attenuated delicacies of Mount Vernon's Adamesque ceilings — Hugh Morrison
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Origin and Etymology of adamesque
Robert and James Adam + English -esque
First Known Use: 1881See Words from the same year
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