Dantonesque

adjective
Dan·ton·esque | \¦dantə¦nesk\

Definition of Dantonesque 

: resembling or in the style of Danton Dantonesque audacity

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History and Etymology for Dantonesque

Georges J. Danton †1794 French revolutionist + English -esque

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