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geekdom

slang Studious or otherwise nerdy people who are deemed uncool, considered collectively. No, if I join the chess club, I'm dooming myself to a life in geekdom, and that cannot happen!
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geekdom

n. the realm of the hard-studying students or geeks. This dorm is not exactly geekdom. Almost all the guys here are on academic probation.
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