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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishimpietyim‧pi‧e‧ty /ɪmˈpaɪəti/ noun (plural impieties)  [countable, uncountable] formalRELIGION lack of respect for religion or God, or an action that shows thisimpious
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impietyPerhaps she should be reading about infidelity instead of impiety.All around prevails a world of impiety and immorality.At this shocking impiety, the tumult died away.
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