1. He is a devout Catholic with mild, donnish
quirks. He writes haiku poems and reads Shakespeare for pleasure.
2. His donnish
manner and shabby car mark him out from the slippery, bombastic figures who dominate Hungarian politics.
3. She knew he was being playful in his donnish
way and she was surprised that he could take the whole affair so lightly.
1. marked by a narrow focus on or display of learning especially its trivial aspects
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