[ uh-see-dee-uh ]
/ əˈsi di ə /
inactivity, stagnation, inertia, passivity, doldrums, dormancy, lethargy, torpidity, quietude, stasis, slothfulness, idleness, torpor, quiescence, inertness, indolence, deferral, suspension, ennui, lassitude
- ace it,
- ace out,
- ace point,
- acellular pertussis vaccine,
- acellular vaccine
Origin of acedia
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Examples from the Web for acedia
He knew that he had that sentimental disorder which he called 'acedia,' and wished to be rid of it.
What in Petrarch was a tendency, became an established condition in Rousseau: the acedia reached its climax.
/ (əˈsiːdɪə) /
another word for accidie
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