She was one of the only female characters I could think of that was different and weird without being the nerd.
But despite all the chatter about Weezer's influence—about nerd rock, or emo, or whatever—I don't really hear it.
In one of the most distressing events of the year, nerd entitlement hit 100.
Obama gets funny at ‘nerd Prom,’ Jason Collins comes out, and San Diego high school students get suspended for twerking.
They called him a nerd and it brought to mind Bill Gates, so he considered it a badge of honor.
One of the hottest tickets at the 2014 edition of Comic-Con, the annual nerd mecca in San Diego, was the Marvel presentation.
[Peter Parker] was a nerd, a loner, socially inept, insecure, a poor kid being raised by relatives.
Like so many others in the nerd world, I fell in love with Cards Against Humanity through its Kickstarter preview in 2011.
He likes to kind of occasionally yank my chain about being a nerd, which I love.
She was gaunt and tall and geeky and talked like an engineer, with the nerd accent.
1951, U.S. student slang, probably an alteration of 1940s slang nert "stupid or crazy person," itself an alteration of nut. The word turns up in a Dr. Seuss book from 1950 ("If I Ran the Zoo"), which may have contributed to its rise.
: Norton represents a new type of American rich person: the nerd tycoon/ a mix between journalism and nerd heaven, with its sophisticated desktop equipment and absence of paper
[probably fr the 1950 children's book If I Ran the Zoo, by ''Dr. Seuss,'' where a nerd is one of the desired animals]