Refers to the false feeling of superiority one gets from correcting someone else by looking something up online, despite the fact the person making the correction did not actually know the answer prior to looking it up. Especially applicable during board games involving trivia.

The correction must be delivered smugly as the term does not apply to genuine attempts to share accurate information.
A: "What is the largest country?"
B: "China."
A: "That's not the right answer."
A: "Well, what is it then?"
(A looks up the answer on a smart phone.)
A: Smugly replies, "It's Russia."
B: "Get off your wikipodium, you didn't know either."
by Triviaphile November 07, 2011

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