Definition of Blytonesque

1. Adjective. In the style of Enid Blyton (1897-1968), British children's writer, whose works are characterised by harmless mysteries investigated by wholesome children. ¹



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Blytonesque

Bluegowns
Blueshirt
Bluey
Blumberg's sign
Blumenau's nucleus
Blumenbach's clivus
Blumenthal
Blumer's shelf
Bluto
Blym
Blythe
Blyton
Blytonesque
Blytonian
Bo Diddley beat
Bo Diddley beats
Boa Vista
Boaco
Boanerges
Boanergeses
Boann
Board of Trade unit
Boaz
Bob's your uncle
Bob Dylan
Bob Hope
Bob Marley

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