[ UK /dˈɔːk/ ]
  1. a dull stupid fatuous person
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How To Use dork In A Sentence

  • But there is bad news for dorks like me and, I suspect, quite a few people in this room: journalism has changed forever.
  • When the dork came to bat, he was waving the bat back and forth with the label aimed straight at the pitcher. WHY is the FOUL POLE FAIR?
  • I found them to be almost universally composed of ninnies and power-hungry dorks.
  • Before he had a chance to die, he spent his remaining years wearing dorky naval hats and creating new rules for his organization.
  • So if you’ve ever been called a spaz, or a dork, or a geek. The time has come for Revenge of the Nerds!
  • You walked into school with the biggest dorkiest smile plastered on your face.
  • Unfortunately for him it is not entirely populated by dorks, and the same people that can succeed in sport can also have sharp intellect.
  • The site is approachable from the Bletchworth roundabout coming from Reigate, or the Dorking roundabout from the other direction.
  • My fiancé and I, being dorks, were chittering about whether the animals shown in the opening sequence have any real significance on the fighting style.
  • Sure, they had a certain scrubby appeal, but the guys on Jackass were basically dorks. Mr Jackass : GQ Feature
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