/joy"see euhn/, adj.
1. of, pertaining to, or characteristic of James Joyce or his work.
2. a student of the life and work of James Joyce.
3. a person who favors or advocates the work, style, or methods of James Joyce.
4. an imitator of James Joyce.
[1925-30; JOYCE + -AN]

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