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insipience (s) (noun) (no plural)
1. A lack of intelligence, wisdom, or understanding; stupidity or foolishness: Mark's incipience regarding hockey is not surprising because he has never played or even attended a hockey game.
2. Etymology: from Middle English which came from Old French that came from Latin insipientia, from insipins, insipient, "not wise; from in-, "not" + sapins, "wise".
Unintelligent, foolish.
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insipience (only in the singular)
Inadequate intelligence, stupidity. (1)