Idiocy

Id"i*o*cy

(d"**s), n. [From idiot; cf. Gr. uncouthness, lack of education, fr. . See Idiot, and cf. Idiotcy.] The condition or quality of being an idiot; absence, or marked deficiency, of sense and intelligence.
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I will undertake to convict a man of idiocy, if he can not see the proof that three angles of a triangle are equal to two right angles.
F. W. Robertson.
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