geekiness


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geekiness

(ˈɡiːkɪnəs)
n
the state or quality of being geeky
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Justice League works in a straightforward way, seasoned rather than defined by its gloomy superheroes; it feels like it might've been made 30 years ago, before the current Golden Age of Geekiness.
I've met everyone," he replied before his Star Wars geekiness kicked in that made him yell, "Oh, Harrison Ford
Shapovalov comes across differently in the interview room, where he is bashful to the point of geekiness, and humble for a man whose stock is soaring.
I owe much of my geekiness to the friends I had while growing up.
I won't bore you with geekiness but I'll simply say I'd love to sip this gently sparkling fresh white wine in the garden and enjoy its pretty citrus summer vibe.
I won't bore you with geekiness but I'll simply say love to sip this gently sparkling fresh white wine the garden and enjoy its pretty citrus summer vibe.
Study's co-author and a fellow at the Seaver Autism Center for Research and Treatment at Mount Sinai, Magdalena Janecka, noted that this could have to do with the way the study defined geekiness.
Grandin notes that "genius is an abnormality," that social geekiness is simply the flipside of technical genius.
Harvard psychologist Steven Pinker has ascribed the omission of emotion at the time as nothing more than plain geekiness.
Fantastically written, cool, strong, sharp, a little bit vulnerable with a bit of geekiness thrown in - I can't wait to bring her to life, and to see how she develops through the series.
This weekend, check out all new trailers of some of the most awaited films from the realms of geekiness.