/dawr"kee/, adj. dorkier, dorkiest. Slang.
stupid, inept, or unfashionable.
[DORK + -Y1]

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  • dorky — adjective (dorkier; est) Date: circa 1970 slang foolishly stupid ; clueless • dorkiness noun …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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  • dorky — adj. stupid, foolish; not cool …   English contemporary dictionary

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