dork|y «DR kee», adjective, dork|i|er, dork|i|est.
Slang. dull, stupid, or ineffectual: »

She asked Kate what she thought of Cle. “He's dorky,” Kate responded. She didn't like his glasses (Chicago Tribune).

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