nerdiness


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nerdiness

(ˈnɜːdɪnəs)
n
the quality of being nerdy
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It's called code shut your mouth." Erica will not stand for nerdiness, but there's a little nerd in her, too.
It's called code shut your mouth." Erica will not stand for nerdiness but there's a little nerd in her, too.
All I can say for sure is that I'm strangely endeared to Stewart because of his nerdiness and his goofiness.
One of the first things I did when I landed the Metro editorship was attempt, with my nervous newbie energy and infinite nerdiness, to make sense of the magnitude of Metro's history.
There the matter rested, uneasily, until I noted that any child of mine would likely inherit a genetic propensity for nerdiness. Why make his childhood worse with a name that increases the likelihood of getting teased on the playground?
Escalante's earnest down-to-earth nature provides the balance to Dawn's vulnerable, funny nerdiness.
Combining the narrative history of biography with the detail of the collector, Wells weaves a story that charms and interests even despite (and likely because of) its rather immediate, dare one say, nerdiness (and one says such a thing with both respect and appreciation).
Girl struggles to fill the gaping hole in the center of her chest with dreams of marriage and children, her passport to a land of white picket fences and normalcy, but she's haunted by nightmares in which she's transformed into a lesbian, making her even more an outcast than her unusual family, nerdiness, and less-than-cheerleader-caliber looks already have.
From official merchandise and trading cards to custom-made props and costumes, the store is a veritable Aladdin's cave of nerdiness.
The appearance of fellow camper Penelope, who is Charlie's match in intelligence and acerbity, if not nerdiness, proves that I sophomoric humor need not be at the expense of half the human race."
The appearance of fellow camper Penelope, who is Charlie's match in intelligence and acerbity, if not nerdiness, proves that sophomoric humor need not be at the expense of half the human race."