Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • Peculiar in respect of constitution or temperament; idiosyncratic.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • adjective Peculiar in constitution or temperament; idiosyncratic.

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  • adjective peculiar in constitution or temperament; idiosyncratic

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Examples

  • America's Town Hall meeting places became transformed, in the summer of '09, into idiocratic venues where speech was chilled not by sinister innuendo; but was instead brutally gunned down in mid-sentence by reprobate "defenders of freedom."

    Rx, LIES, & TOWN HALL HATE

  • Now, some readers might remember that I scolded Potter awhile back for a silly attack on bloggers, or, as he so graciously put it, "the great idiocratic mass of mouth-breathers."

    Mike Duffy is

  • Now, some readers might remember that I scolded Potter awhile back for a silly attack on bloggers, or, as he so graciously put it, "the great idiocratic mass of mouth-breathers."

    Archive 2008-10-01

  • What worries me, though, is that we're seeing the "democratization" of politics, in the most literal sense of the word: The people -- the great idiocratic mass of mouth-breathers out there frantically swiping the drool off their keyboards as they Google around for "dirt" -- are running the campaigns now.

    Archive 2008-09-01

  • Yup, democracy is too precious to squander on the people: that "idiocratic mass of mouth-breathers."

    Media envy

  • Yup, democracy is too precious to squander on the people: that "idiocratic mass of mouth-breathers."

    Archive 2008-09-01

  • What worries me, though, is that we're seeing the "democratization" of politics, in the most literal sense of the word: The people -- the great idiocratic mass of mouth-breathers out there frantically swiping the drool off their keyboards as they Google around for "dirt" -- are running the campaigns now.

    Media envy

  • It makes sense, in these increasingly cynical and idiocratic times, that "sarcasm" is what has been dreamed up to replace boring intelligence.

    CINEFANTAST-GEEK

  • It makes sense, in these increasingly cynical and idiocratic times, that "sarcasm" is what has been dreamed up to replace boring intelligence.

    Archive 2006-11-19

  • But every nation has its idiocratic notions, minute and otherwise, and it is not strange that the Americans, as a creative people, have peculiar and varied ways of their own in keeping this, the most remarkable day in the calendar.

    Christmas: Its Origin and Associations Together with Its Historical Events and Festive Celebrations During Nineteen Centuries

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