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wonky

(ˈwɔŋki)
mod. studious. (Collegiate.) You ought to get a little wonky yourself.
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I used to say I didn't want to depend on music economically because of limitations in creativity, but now I've lived 100 per cent off music for the last four years, and I'm playing and producing wonkier than ever.
I've learned, for instance, that all horses' legs are wonky but that some are wonkier than others.
Even on some of the wonkier Washington blogs, where there was manifest interest in contending with the book's arguments, the focus got shifted to whether The Israel Lobby was anti-Semitic.
Their final pass was wonkier than a doctor's handwriting and West Ham's even worse.
A partisanship verging on tribalism explains some of this, but Mann and Ornstein track the real problem to a deeper, and wonkier, source: the breakdown of "regular order," the combination of rules, traditions, and common folkways that until recently governed the operation of the House and Senate.
But I've pointed out to him that after recent games his nose is even wonkier than mine now