Geek [noun]

Definition of Geek:

odd person; computer expert

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Sentence/Example of Geek:

I was thrilled, it really spoke to me — I felt like I was both a freak and a geek at different times in high school.

Ironically, they’re two of the most powerful Avengers around, but geek hierarchy dictates their roles would be of the supporting variety in any Avengers movie get-together while big guns threw shields, hammers and fists.

To get out the vote and fundraise for the 2020 election, she partnered with geek icons like David Tennant of Doctor Who fame and the cast of Supernatural.

In the 47 states other than Ohio, Michigan and Louisiana, only the geeks knew anything about him.

He is the type of geek who loves to explore subjects ranging from Marketing to Lifestyle and Money Saving.

A rousing tale of techno-geek rebellion, as necessary and dangerous as file sharing, free speech, and bottled water on a plane.

"A notorious geek and gull," I said, borrowing from a more distinguished writer.

When a geek prince hired out as a laborer for a year on Niflheim, he did so for only one purpose—to learn Terran technologies.

Any question of geek psychology is wide open as far as I'm concerned; the longer I stay here, the less I understand it.

"I heard what happened, how they found him, and about that geek chamber-valet being arrested," von Schlichten said.