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IMPIOUS

1. [a] lacking piety or reverence for a god

2. [s] lacking piety and reverence for a god

3. [s] lacking due respect or dutifulness; "impious toward one''s parents"; "an undutiful son"

similar words

1. [s] godless

2. [s] irreverent

3. [a] irreligious

4. [a] disrespectful

opposite words

1. [a] pious

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