noun (plural idiocies)
Extremely stupid behavior: the idiocy of decimating rainforests every aspect of public administration throws up its own idiocies
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- At the end, though, sectarian idiocy gave way to mass jubilation.
- Rolling her eyes and shaking her head at her own idiocy, her thoughts returned to the subject.
- Indeed through all the mayhem and idiocy, Blue prove perfectly captivating.
Early 16th century (originally denoting low intelligence): from idiot, probably on the pattern of pairs such as lunatic, lunacy.
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