By the way, this article is not only impious and damnable, it's also almost certainly illegal to read or publish it in Gaza.
This is that robe without seam, which the impious Jews would have torn but could not.
But I know you have been privy to his impious designs upon my wife.
It was an act of impious treachery, and the beginning of the doom of the French Monarchy.
It is impious and vain, here as elsewhere, to oppose Bonaparte.
But the thought of interfering with the design of God will be impious, insupportable.
An act so ungenerous, and in a manner so impious too, cannot be endured.
They are impious, but even in being so they consider themselves as following, and as practising, genuine piety.
I think I see his impious end; but feel that I must help him to it.
In Sumatra and Borneo certain old trees are held to be sacred, and the Dyaks would regard their destruction as an impious act.