noun, plural id·i·o·cies.
Origin of idiocy
Examples from the Web for idiocies
Idiocies multiply in direct proportion to the accumulating legal rigidities.
The paralyzing standoff between the two major American parties was dramatized by the idiocies of the debt-ceiling debate.
None of this means business needs to love government, or overlook its idiocies and inefficiencies.
When will you get rid of your idiocies, and conduct yourself like a decent woman?A Pair of Blue Eyes|Thomas Hardy
noun plural -cies
1520s, from idiot on model of prophecy, etc. Early alternatives included idiotacy (1580s), idiotry (1590s).