Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of nerd.

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Examples

  • Anyone who thinks they are all cave-dwelling fat nerds is an idiot.

    My opinion on the whole Blizzard Real ID issue

  • Anyone who thinks they are all cave-dwelling fat nerds is an idiot.

    My opinion on the whole Blizzard Real ID issue

  • “Squeegees” were what my friends and I called nerds after the school counselor outlawed words like “geek,” “dork,” and “nerd.”

    Nice and Mean

  • “Squeegees” were what my friends and I called nerds after the school counselor outlawed words like “geek,” “dork,” and “nerd.”

    Nice and Mean

  • “Squeegees” were what my friends and I called nerds after the school counselor outlawed words like “geek,” “dork,” and “nerd.”

    Nice and Mean

  • “Squeegees” were what my friends and I called nerds after the school counselor outlawed words like “geek,” “dork,” and “nerd.”

    Nice and Mean

  • It seems like Jobs has always been been driven, forceful and something of a nerdjock, whereas the geeks he surrounded himself with (for their technical prowess) were just plain nerds (i.e. Bill Gates and Wozniak).

    In Google-Apple partnership, Jobs gets the Bill Gates he always wanted | FactoryCity

  • Richard Glover on the Revenge of the word nerds: The language police have no interest in the content of what is being said; they don't even have much interest in language itself, in all its slippery, transgressive glory.

    Divers Entertainments

  • The revenge of the godless nerds is well underway at your local Barnes & Noble.

    mjh's blog — 2006 — December

  • "We are folklore nerds," is the beautiful summation of Nikki Alfar.

    notes from the peanut gallery

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