Definition of stupidity noun from the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary

stupidity

noun
stjuːˈpɪdəti
 
; stuːˈpɪdəti
 
plural stupidities
 
1 [uncountable, countable, usually plural] behaviour that shows a lack of thought or good judgementI couldn't believe my own stupidity.the errors and stupidities of youthThe police were astonished at the sheer stupidity of drivers in going so fast in the fog.2 [uncountable] the state or quality of being slow to learn and not clever or intelligentHe faked stupidity to try to escape punishment for the crime.
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