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dork +‎ -y


dorky (comparative dorkier, superlative dorkiest)

  1. Like a dork.
    • 1962, Alain Robbe-Grillet, Last year at Marienbad, page 167:
      I entitled the piece "Dorky", dork being slang for a person who does not belong to popular groups, usually an outsider, an odd person, sometimes inept, other times cranky.
    • 1998, Dana Redfield, Lucy Blue and the Daughters of Light, →ISBN:
      Anyway this dorky guy asks Sallyfrass to dance and she kind of likes him...