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- n. Archaic spelling of idiocy.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Idiocy.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Same as idiocy.
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Nor did it help that he published a startlingly candid sexual memoir, Liber Amoris, which a reviewer of the time attacked as a “precious record of vulgarity and nastiness” that revealed the author “in all the nakedness of his conceit, selfishness, slavering sensuality, filthy profligacy and howling idiotcy.”
Lotta shrink bills must have been paid over the threat of Mutually Assured Destruction, due to the idiotcy of the Left Wing press.
I say goodluck to Obama if he has the idiotcy to choose HRC as SOS. Does he really think he can have the Clintons put country first rather than 'emselves.
It was the same in a modified form amongst the Jews and in both races the consanguineous marriage was not attended by the evil results (idiotcy, congenital deafness, etc.) observed in mixed races like the English and the
Is not this testimony to the idiotcy of the current Administration and Congress?
She found the lawyer sitting in an armchair, pale and dazed, his legs stretched out, his head against the back of it, his hands hanging limp, exactly as if he were sinking into idiotcy.
Beadle goes into various shops and parlours, examining the inhabitants, always shutting the door first, and by exclusion, delay, and general idiotcy exasperating the public.
This brings him to the fourth place, in a state of mere idiotcy; and when he is, in the fourth place, cast out at a little door into a howling wilderness of touters, he becomes
The other problem is, you have stop acting as though as other opinion is idiotcy and not “Progressive”.
* Later, in his Paris notebook, Clemens expanded his critique: Communism is idiotcy sic.