adj. No hippies were used in the making of this definition.
Real citation: “USAF wanted a manned spacecraft so they could be all military-y in space, with manned spy stations, satellites, and maybe research into orbital bombardment (see DynaSoar, RoBo, etc.)
(June 21, 2006, http://uplink.space.com/showflat.php?Cat=&Board=missions&Number=520594&page=18&view=collapsed&sb=3&o=0&fpart=)
Made-up citation: “I prefer Presidents whose background is military rather than military-y, because, you know, knowledge is power or something.”