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ac•ci•die  (aksi dē),USA pronunciation n. 
  1. acedia.
  • Old French
  • Medieval Latin accīdia (alteration of Late Latin acēdia acedia); replacing Middle English accide
  • Middle English 1200–50


Collins Concise English Dictionary © HarperCollins Publishers::

accidie /ˈæksɪdɪ/, acedia n
  1. spiritual sloth; apathy; indifference
Etymology: in use c13 to c16 and revived c19: via Late Latin from Greek akēdia, from a-1 + kēdos care



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