adj. Badassette-like. And Xena-ish.
Related terms: un-Warrior-Princess-like.
Real citation: "First one, in the hide-e-hole, it sounds like he calls her 'Sheena', which doesn't make much sense to me, so maybe I misheard and it was supposed to be 'Xena', because that would kinda fit seeing as how she'd just pulled some Warrior Princess-esque moves to save them. As they're getting out of the hide-e-hole, he calls her 'Underdog'."
3-7: "Not In Portland" 2007.02.07," Feb. 8, 2007, Television Without Pity, http://forums.televisionwithoutpity.com/index.php?s=&showtopic=3151209&view=findpost&p=7074930)
Made-up citation: "A Warrior Princess-esque wardrobe does not imply Warrior Princess-esque combat skills, according to Dr. Phil."