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Word: sophomoric

Definition: immature; half-baked; like a sophomore


Sentences Containing 'sophomoric'

Charles Solomon of the "Los Angeles Times" called the show "an effortful, sophomoric half-hour that leaves the viewer longing for the refined good taste of Alice Cooper."
DX played various sophomoric jokes on the Squad and the McMahons, as well as defeating the Spirit Squad in handicap tag team matches at Vengeance and a clean sweep in an elimination handicap match at "Saturday Night's Main Event".
Pollack agrees with both: "This is quite a surprising blend of pseudo-classical mannerisms in the music with sophomoric cynicism in the lyrics!"
The company makes aggressively visceral theater that combines historical revisionism, sophomoric humor, and rigorous academic research.

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