idiocratic

adjective id·i·o·crat·ic \¦idēə¦kratik\
variants: or

idiocratical

\tə̇kəl also |ək\

Definition of idiocratic

idiocratically

\-tə̇k(ə)lē\ adverb

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Origin and Etymology of idiocratic

from idiocrasy, after such pairs as English apostasy: apostatic, apostatical


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