Meaning of asininity in English:

asininity

Pronunciation /asɪˈnɪnɪti/

noun

See asinine

‘What a sad opinion one forms of men, what bitterness grips one's heart when one sees such delirious asininity on display.’
  • ‘I'm glad this particular bit of asininity was exposed to the harsh wind of public scrutiny beyond this humble organ.’
  • ‘Three cheers for Wandsworth Council, once more applying common sense against bureaucratic asininity.’
  • ‘Was this prejudice, frivolity or plain asininity?’
  • ‘She threatened that Queen Saraelye herself would come to fry them, and their asininity would justify it in their king's eyes.’