impious (adj.)
lacking reverence towards God, wicked, irreligious
1H6 V.i.12[King to Gloucester] It was both impious and unnatural / That such immanity and bloody strife / Should reign among professors of one faith
Cym III.iii.6[Belarius to Guiderius and Arviragus, of giants] keep their impious turbans on
H5 III.iii.15[King Henry to citizens of Harfleur] impious war, / Arrayed in flames
Per IV.iii.17[Dionyza to Cleon] Unless you play the impious innocent
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