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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."