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Synonyms for dweeb

an unpleasant, tiresome person

Synonyms for dweeb

an insignificant student who is ridiculed as being affected or boringly studious

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Not that Libby wants to be listed among the dorks, dweebs and geeks.
The film stars Dan Fogler, the latest and least of this summer's chubberific leading dweebs.
Men like the same kind of man most women do - strong, successful, funny, cool guys who bear absolutely no resemblance to these castrated dweebs.
It was like going to a school get-together to see all your old mates and finding yourself stuck with the dweebs from chess club.
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Four products contain a new flavour -- wild snozzberry for Nerds, banana for Dweebs, electric orange for Neon Nerds, and lightnin' lemon for Super Sour Dweebs.
With the likes of Family Viewing and Crime Wave, Andersen concludes "The problem is that the relentless parade of Dweebs gives the impression that we're a nation of bugs wriggling helplessly on our backs.
The insinuation is that the literary world is a rotten mess fueled by ego and ambition, that the aristocracies of letters and of society foul the world up while dweebs like Gordon aimlessly work to set it to rights.
Editorial pages read like pages edited by dweebs, which is just what our sometime-colleague David Holwerk thought of them when he organized the 1992 NCEW convention in Lexington, Ky.
Pay a few dweebs in white coats to develop some new techno-doohickey that'll really wow Wall Street?
You can keep your Spy Kids and your Karate Kids, give me these wimpy dweebs every time.
The labyrinthine plot pivoted around the existence of a fabled graphic novel - and the script for Utopia was certainly both novel and very graphic - whose doom-laden prophecies and cryptic conjecture spell danger for the handful of internet dweebs into whose hands it falls.