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Definition of "sophomorically" [sophomorically]

  • In a sophomoric way. (adverb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "sophomorically" in a sentence
  • "I imagine if he'd said the police acted "sophomorically," most people would have assumed the cop in question hadn't finished high school."
  • "The saltier-than-usual language is a sign USA is trying for a bit more edge here, but thankfully it's never as sophomorically quirky as TNT's Franklin & Bash."
  • "According to Jarret Brachman, a counterterrorism analyst at North Dakota State University who runs an Al Qaeda monitoring blog, Chesser was a bright, clever, passionate kid, who sophomorically saw the world divided among good and bad."