Zen–like

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adjective \ˈzen-ˌlīk\
variants: or less commonly

zen–like

Definition of Zen–like

  1. :  resembling, suggesting, or appropriate to Zen Buddhism or a practitioner of Zen Buddhism a Zen-like religion zen-like concentration: such asa :  calm, imperturbable For Tea Party supporters, by contrast, Obama's narrow range of emotions, from Zen-like to mildly irritated, is immensely frustrating. — Mary Ann Sieghartb :  elegantly simple in design or function Geffen is sitting in his Eames chair in his open, simple, Zen-like office … — Bernard Weinraub

1957

First Known Use of zen–like

1957


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