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cybergenic

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EtymologyEdit

cyber- +‎ -genic

AdjectiveEdit

cybergenic (comparative more cybergenic, superlative most cybergenic)

  1. (US, politics) Exhibiting qualities thought to be attractive to internet users
    • 2003 September 18, “Edwards, Clark make it official”:
      They may be near the back of the pack now, but one of them is likely to emerge to vie with Howard Dean, the cybergenic former governor of Vermont []
    • 2008 August 14, Mitch Wagner, “Digital Campaigning Won't Put Obama In The White House”:
      And when he wins, let us hope that Obama's cybergenic instincts enable the first cybergenic president to govern as effectively as he ran.

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