Definition of impiety in English:
noun (plural impieties)[mass noun]
Lack of piety or reverence: he blamed the fall of the city on the impiety of the people
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- And for all of his profane honesty and candid impiety, this wicked preacher keeps me reading.
- Traditionally, of course, pluralism in religious matters was deemed a sign of impiety and indifference to God's truth.
- We are to renounce impiety and worldly passions.
godlessness, ungodliness, unholiness, irreligion, sinfulness, sin, vice, immorality, unrighteousness, sacrilege, profaneness, irreverence, disrespect;
apostasy, atheism, agnosticism, paganism, heathenism, non-belief, disbelief, unbelief, scepticism, doubt
sin, transgression, wrongdoing, evil-doing, wrong, misdeed, misdemeanour, bad deed, act of wickedness, immoral act, fall from grace;
Words that rhyme with impietyanxiety, contrariety, dubiety, impropriety, inebriety, notoriety, piety, satiety, sobriety, ubiety, variety
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