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  • noun Plural form of imbecility.

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Examples

  • Life will now be harder for snarky conservatives in search of left-wing imbecilities to lampoon.

    Stromata Blog:

  • Life will now be harder for snarky conservatives in search of left-wing imbecilities to lampoon.

    Science

  • In 1957, when Guy Debord writes that the "abundance of televised imbecilities is probably one of the reasons for the American working class's inability to develop any political consciousness," he hadn't yet realized that those imbecilities--or at least their signage--were about to be taken up as the fodder of Pop Art.

    G. Roger Denson: Political Art Timeline, 1945-1966: Postwar Art of the Left

  • Life will now be harder for snarky conservatives in search of left-wing imbecilities to lampoon.

    Elections 2010

  • Debord writes at the beginning of the television age that the "abundance of televised imbecilities is probably one of the reasons for the American working class's inability to develop any political consciousness."

    G. Roger Denson: Political Art Timeline, 1945-1966: Postwar Art of the Left

  • Debord writes at the beginning of the television age that the "abundance of televised imbecilities is probably one of the reasons for the American working class's inability to develop any political consciousness."

    G. Roger Denson: Political Art Timeline, 1945-1966: Postwar Art of the Left

  • Put morality and the News of the World's phone-hacking imbecilities to one side for a moment, parked on a shelf marked "Unacceptable, Deplorable Ordure".

    News of the World scandal: God's newspaper executive less than visionary

  • Life will now be harder for snarky conservatives in search of left-wing imbecilities to lampoon.

    Law

  • In 1957, when Guy Debord writes that the "abundance of televised imbecilities is probably one of the reasons for the American working class's inability to develop any political consciousness," he hadn't yet realized that those imbecilities--or at least their signage--were about to be taken up as the fodder of Pop Art.

    G. Roger Denson: Political Art Timeline, 1945-1966: Postwar Art of the Left

  • Life will now be harder for snarky conservatives in search of left-wing imbecilities to lampoon.

    Hebdomas Mirabilis

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