Etymology
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impiety (n.)

mid-14c., from Old French impieté "impiety, wickedness" (12c.) or directly from Latin impietatem (nominative impietas) "irreverence, ungodliness; disloyalty, treason," noun of quality from impius "irreverent" (see impious).

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Definitions of impiety

impiety (n.)
unrighteousness by virtue of lacking respect for a god;
Synonyms: impiousness
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