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Definition of "idiotcy" [id•i•ot•cy]

  • Archaic spelling of idiocy. (noun)

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Use "idiotcy" in a sentence
  • "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."