Imbecility

Antonyms of IMBECILITY

Examples of usage:

  1. When we contemplate, for example, the many hundred millions of human beings who now people the earth, we behold thousands who are doomed to helpless imbecility, and we may trace an insensible gradation between them and the half- witted, and from these again to individuals of perfect understanding, so that tens of thousands must have existed in the course of ages, who in their moral and intellectual condition, have exhibited a passage from the irrational to the rational, or from the irresponsible to the responsible. "The Antiquity of Man" by Charles Lyell
  2. Studied imbecility, you mean. "The Brother of Daphne" by Dornford Yates
  3. There are only art and imbecility. "The Green Carnation" by Robert Smythe Hichens
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