Meaning of wonkily in English:




See wonky

‘As Bridges conceives him, he's genuinely funny, even wonkily admirable in his tongue-tied, laissez faire attitude toward the world.’
‘It's wonkily progressive without being wonkily aggressive; Weisberg calls for the return of activist government ‘to heal the injuries’ of race and class in America, and he makes his point without burying his readers under an avalanche of meaningless facts.’