dweeby


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dweeby

(ˈdwiːbɪ)
adj, dweebier or dweebiest
slang chiefly US like or typical of a dweeb
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Powerbooks and Fully Booked weren't yet the giants they are and I had to hoard my allowance to get my dweeby sci-fi and fantasy books ordered online for three times their original price.
Eva, who apparently never experienced a fulfilling sexual encounter with her selfish, dweeby ex-husband (Thomas Lennon), is recovering from a traumatic divorce.
BACK in 2006 I met a lanky, dweeby, Scottish man named Calvin Harris.
PREMIERE The humiliations of dweeby 12-year-old Zachary Gordon escalate at the hands of horrible big brother Devon Bostick in a bright kids' picture that observes the first rule of comedy: be funny.
One can only assume that a bunch of dweeby old writers were collectively living out their respective mid-life crises via his character.
Jamie Bell as his wet-behind-the-ears partner and Jim Broadbent as a crazed shrink are shoved aside by McAvoy's ferocious performance and it's only the ever-reliable Eddie Marsan, as Robertson's amusingly dweeby friend, who lingers in the memory.
With this op-ed Tsar Vlad is telling Obama: The world knows you haven't a clue how to play the Great Game or even what it is, but the only parochial solipsistic dweeby game you do know how to play I can kick your butt all over town on, too.
We loved him as a dweeby kid in About A Boy, loved him in an altogether different way as a teen in Skins and, now, we love that he's off bothering Hollywood.
I could believe him as a werewolf, he's got a slightly rabid look about him due to his build and at times he can look somewhat intimidating C* until you remember he was the dweeby neighbour in Cheaper by the Dozen 2.
And my little nest egg is squashed, thanks to those dweeby kids from Harvard, and Michelle won't talk to me.
Still, in spite of some flat characterization and a firsttimer's tendency toward overstatement, The Sherlockian has its dweeby charms.
Now were I a text and Twitter-obsessed 15-year-old girl or a dweeby 20-something bloke, who not only knows what all the buttons do on his phone, but actually uses them, then I might have found this a pleasant experience.