Definition of bromantic in US English:

bromantic

adjective

informal
  • See bromance

    • ‘They were drinking, singing, and generally being bromantic, when some random passerby became aggressive.’
    • ‘Of course, making and keeping bromantic connections is a necessary part of any man's life, but it's dicey, dangerous.’
    • ‘At the age of 33, I have come to realise that I am a bromantic kind of guy.’
    • ‘As the stakes for Ben and Andrew grow ever higher, the movie gets nearer to truths that are steadfastly avoided in more reassuring movies about bromantic complications.’