- n.愚人,白痴,莽汉,受骗者,奶油拌水果 vt.愚弄,欺骗,浪费 vi.干傻事,开玩笑,游荡 adj.傻的
- He is as it were a bookworm.
- He is really a mere bookworm lacking human experience.
- She's just like you a bookworm.
- She is such a bluestocking that many men dare not to get close to her because they think she must be a little nerdy.
- She's no more than a bluestocking.
- I'm tired of listening to that egghead.
- I always refer to him as a bookworm.
- Took a bookish rather than a pragmatic approach in solving the problem.
- I'm not surprised that mary has married jack.like begets like and they are both rather silent bookish people.
- You're a bookworm.no wonder you're so near-sighted.
- Why don't you ask mike to go to the movies with you? "Lie's such a wonk he probably spends saturday night in the library."
- People thought of her as book ish and rather prim.
- He is a perfect type of pedant.
- I was looked on as a swot.
- Only pedants believe in the advantage of obfuscation.