Gatsbyesque

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Gats·​by·​esque | \ ˌgats-bē-ˈesk How to pronounce Gatsbyesque (audio) \

Definition of Gatsbyesque

: resembling or characteristic of the title character or the world of the novel The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald

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1977, in the meaning defined above

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