Beatlesque

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adjective Bea·tlesque \ˌbē-təl-ˈesk\
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Beatlesesque

\ˌbē-təlz-ˈesk\ play

Definition of Beatlesque

  1. :  of, relating to, or suggestive of the musical style or technique of the Beatles For all the aural excitement provided by … the Beatlesque balladry of “Black Hole Sun,” the album's real thrills have more to do with emotional content than stylistic flourishes. — J. D. Considine, Rolling Stone, 10 Mar. 1994 Striking out on his own in 1994, he released five albums of gorgeous, introspective Beatlesesque pop … — Jim DeRogatis, Chicago Sun-Times, 3 June 2007

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1964

First Known Use of beatlesque

1964


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