[ UK /ʌnɡˈɒdli/ ]
[ US /ənˈɡɔdɫi/ ]
  1. characterized by iniquity; wicked because it is believed to be a sin
    he said it was sinful to wear lipstick
    iniquitous deeds
    ungodly acts
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How To Use ungodly In A Sentence

  • Techies are used to spending an ungodly amount of time mining virtual coins in online games.
  • Unless you have the dubious pleasure of living right next door to an airport one of the biggest downsides of going on holiday is catching a flight at an ungodly hour of the day.
  • I'm enraged by this ungodly act and my heart breaks for these families.
  • There's something ungodly about it.
  • In order to reach their goals for conversion, they actively coerced the children into condemning their traditional religiosity and spiritualism as ungodly rites, rituals, and idolatry.
  • They are wicked, ungodly sinners.
  • The film follows an ubergeek in his ungodly pursuit of Alison, the girl of his dreams.
  • Of all my second viewing fluctuations, I'm most pleased to say that the cast entire fares much better when not jumping off the screen like flimsy cardboard cutouts, which is to say that I no longer feel so ungodly embarrassed for the lot of them. Avatar: Notes on a Second Viewing
  • Rome teaches, that is, purificatory and punitive), but probatory, not restricted to those dying in "venial sin"; the supposed intermediate class between those entering heaven at once, and those dying in mortal sin who go to hell, but universal, testing the godly and ungodly alike Commentary Critical and Explanatory on the Whole Bible
  • Faithfulness to His promises to preserve the godly, as well as stern execution of judgment on the ungodly, is included in Commentary Critical and Explanatory on the Whole Bible
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