What does the word Hokier mean?

The adjective hokier is a form of hokie or hokey, which comes from hocus-pocus (1620s), then hokey-pokey (1847) and became hokum in 1917. Hokey came into usage in 1927.
The first definition is corny, overly sentimental, or mushy.
The second definition is being phony (the plots are tricky but not hokey). There are many different ways to say this word, hokey is the main form, hokier and hokiest are other forms.

You put your left foot in, you take your left foot out;
You put your left foot in and you shake it all about
You're doin' The Hokey Pokey; that's what it's all about! (sic)

Don't take that "Hokier than thou" attitude with me!

His contrived past gets hokier every time he tells it.

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