[ môr′ē-ə ]
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Part of Speech noun
Origin + Etymology
From post-classical Latin moria folly, foolishness (Erasmus) from ancient Greek μωρία from μωρός, μῶρος foolish + -ία
  • doom
  • lethargic
  • dullness
  • energetic
  • excited
  • passionate
dullness of mind; mental lethargy; a mental state characterized by frivolity, joviality, and the inability to be serious
After her medical board exams, she experienced moria and had a fun night out with her friends without a care in the world.
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