Before the rabble who had impiously clamored in the streets for his blood to be upon them and upon their children—Why?
It is so wicked, so impiously wicked to wish for the death of a fellow creature.
He fell in his own blood and did not carry out the intention he had impiously formed.
She impiously called on Heaven to strike her dead as she lay!
The like severity, no doubt, was used, if aught were impiously written against their esteemed gods.
God forbid that we should say impiously to Him, Why hast thou made me thus?
How could he know that at that instant she was impiously vowing that heaven had heard her last prayer?
But rest satisfied; the day of retribution, as you impiously dare to term it, has not yet arrived.
For who can be so impiously foolish as to say that God cannot change the evil wills of men to good when and where He will?
There libellous authors were quickly cast into prison, and the like severity was used if aught were impiously written.