dweeb dweeb  /d ˈwib/


  • (n) an insignificant student who is ridiculed as being affected or boringly studious



  1. When he combs his hair forward, he's still a dweeb, not a dude.
  2. It takes a while for the Fraternity to transform Wesley from dweeb to demi-deity.
  3. At the same time, as he criss-crosses Florida, Romney has allowed his inner dweeb to surface.


  • The Dweebs to bring music, fun to grandstands

    The grandstands will be blaring with famous music and excitement when popular band The Dweebs makes its Jackson County Fair debut this year.
    on July 29, 2013     Source: Jackson County Chronicle


  1. "I must have walked around that party for an hour trying to look for this girl, like some sad pathetic dweeb, but it would have been worth it," Radcliffe told the paper, though after multiple women came forward claiming to be the girl of his...
    on Apr 24, 2008 By: Daniel Radcliffe Source: ABC News

  2. Unlike the red-and-blue cardboard glasses common in the 1950s, the newfangled 3D viewing glasses use polarized lenses, and Katzenberg says the consumer "won't feel like a dweeb" wearing them.
    on Oct 1, 2008 By: Jeffrey Katzenberg Source: Knowledge@Wharton

  3. And Former Clinton aide James Carville says of Latimer: "I think this little dweeb needs to be glove-slapped."
    on Sep 21, 2009 By: James Carville Source: FOXNews

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