Thesaurus / piety

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She breaks rules when it’s the only way to reassert the importance of filial piety.

In his brief he spoke in the highest terms of the Spanish episcopate, and of the piety and heroic devotion of the priesthood.

The War Upon ReligionRev. Francis A. Cunningham

Everywhere there was fierce force and seething energy, bringing forth fruit of piety or prowess.

The piety of Mademoiselle de Tonnay-Charente was violent and inflammatory.

Princes and PoisonersFrantz Funck-Brentano

These early examples of simplicity, piety, and integrity, always remained the nearest and dearest to him.

Life of ChopinFranz Liszt

She would be no let or hindrance to their piety; but they must ask her no awkward questions.

Love has yielded to piety, and is only remembered as what used to be.

Renaissance in Italy Vol. 3John Addington Symonds

His learning, piety, honesty of purpose, energy of action and large experience—combined to give great weight to his character.

It is a circumstance, this court favor, worth considering in the poet's life, as the antecedent to his manifold spirit of piety.

On every side the Abbe de Soubise was regarded, either as a marvel of learning, or a miracle of piety and purity of manners.

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