noun, plural im·pi·e·ties.
Origin of impiety
Examples from the Web for impiety
Contemporary Examples of impiety
P.S. Bertrand Russell uses the word “impiety” in relation to luniks and further attempts and he is right.Leonard Bernstein Asked About Hemingway, So Martha Gellhorn Set the Record Straight
Leonard Bernstein, Martha Gellhorn
October 27, 2013
Historical Examples of impiety
Their spirit of profanation and impiety arrived at the extreme pitch.Roman Catholicism in Spain
Which shows, Socrates, how little they know what the gods think about piety and impiety.
Euthyphro replies, that 'Piety is what is dear to the gods, and impiety is what is not dear to them.'
In the Euthyphro, Socrates is awaiting his trial for impiety.
I am sure, therefore, that you know the nature of piety and impiety.
noun plural -ties
mid-14c., from Old French impieté (12c.), from Latin impietatem (nominative impietas) "irreverence, ungodliness; disloyalty, treason," noun of quality from impius (see impious).