Lincolnesque [ ling-kuh-nesk ]
1. like or characteristic of Abraham Lincoln: a Lincolnesque compassion.
Origin: First recorded in 1920–25; Lincoln + -esque
EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB FOR LINCOLNESQUE
To reclaim its Lincolnesque transformation, the GOP needs to fundamentally pivot on the role of government.
OFF THE RAILS: HOW THE PARTY OF LINCOLN BECAME THE PARTY OF PLUTOCRATS|JOEL KOTKIN|NOVEMBER 22, 2012|DAILY BEAST
His opponents called him clownish; his friends declared him Lincolnesque.
THE AGRARIAN CRUSADE|SOLON J. BUCK
His face, Hank decided, had a Lincolnesque quality, so ugly as to be beautiful in its infinite sadness.
COMBAT|DALLAS MCCORD REYNOLDS
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