Googlish (pronounced: /ˈgug lɪʃ/) adjective — being curious to a very mild degree, so much so that you may or may not take the time to google the topic that barely aroused your interest.
Usage: By the time she was in a front of her computer, she was no longer googlish.
After watching Lincoln, he was googlish to know how historically accurate it was.
Etymology: It has never been easier to look up facts. Paradoxically, interest in doing so has never been lower.
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