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- adj. comparative form of hacky: more hacky
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Not very long ago, those three names were all being regularly posited by hack papers like the Washington Times and hackier poundits like Limpaugh and Hannity, as the future potential Republican Presidential candidates.
Danny's a far more hackier hacker than I am, and I knew he'd do useful and interesting things with my new favorite OS.
The prose is hackier and more clichéd than it used to be.
But, also like some of the hackier musical comedians, the comic quality of the set pieces is suspect.
Jesse Eisenberg’s Columbus wants to brush a girl’s hair behind her ear (done!), Woody Harrelson’s Tallahassee wants a Twinkie (look, there’s one!), and Columbus is scared of clowns (jeez, what’s hackier than a fear of clowns?
It’s something that both 19-year-old girls who write fiction and the hackier sort of bloggers seem to do a lot, although I’m sure that’s completely coincidental.