Definitions

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  • noun A game played on the Internet or in cyberspace.

Etymologies

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cyber- +‎ game

Examples

  • You are a bunch of hobbyists playing in a little, happy, furry-friendly cybergame and oh, it is a game, even if, like golfers, some of you play for money.

    Shirky to TN Readers: Help Me Out?

  • You are a bunch of hobbyists playing in a little, happy, furry-friendly cybergame and oh, it is a game, even if, like golfers, some of you play for money.

    Shirky to TN Readers: Help Me Out?

  • Raising no less concern, Rakkim has spotted the Black Robe strangler Tariq-al Faisal in Seattle’s Zone “officially called the Christian Quarter, a thirty-or-forty-block section of the city where nightclubs and coffeehouses flourished, where cybergame parlors and movie theatres operated largely free of censorship”, and he is displaying suspicious activity that can only mean ill-doings aimed at the Islamic Republic.

    Archive 2008-03-01

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