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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishidiocyid‧i‧o‧cy /ˈɪdiəsi/ noun (plural idiocies)  [countable, uncountable]STUPID/NOT SENSIBLE something that you think is extremely silly or stupid syn stupidity The idiocy of his behaviour appalled her. He smiled calmly at the idiocies of mankind.
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idiocyIf not insanity and idiocy, then consumption would kill them off.But she stayed on this balcony, her eyes on him, on this shape which fear had reduced to animal idiocy.As a prominent figure in Rottweiler rescue, she's stubbed her toe on more unfair bullying and downright idiocy than most.Learning a language means returning to a state of near idiocy.There was only one way to knock such idiocy in the head.That idiocy about H. G. Wells.It stung, that eruption of uncomprehending idiocy.
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