The Collaborative International Dictionary
dorky \dork"y\ (d[^o]rk"[=e]), n. stupid, socially inept, unfashionable, or ridiculous; -- always used disparagingly. [slang.]
Syn: nerd; jerk. [PJC]
a. Like a dork, or having a dork's characteristics.
Usage examples of "dorky".
But Spangler just kept staring from behind those dorky glasses of his.
He's probably planning a surprise clambake or organizing a happy-wappy balloon-o-gram or something dorky.
Then he would end up getting bused to some private school, where he'd be forced to wear the same dorky uniform every day and (according to Garrett) learn Latin.
It took me a couple of tries to make my voice work, but I said, “We don’t have any pigs, and you’re nothing but a dorky boggart, and you can’t turn us into anything,” all in one croaky rush.
Still wearing his dorky horn-rims, even in this age of soft contacts and laser surgery, but you could count on him.