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  • He was very pious, a great attender of sermons of the best preachers
  • My parents had early given me religious impressions, and brought me through my childhood piously in the Dissenting way.
  • He was a pious and prudent man; She, a discreet and virtuous woman.
  • Watson was a pious, sensible young man, of great integrity; the others rather more lax in their principles of religion, particularly Ralph, who, as well as Collins, had been unsettled by me, for which they both made me suffer.

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  • The cartoon with a drawing of Muhammad outraged many pious Muslims.
  • Her piety required her to help her neighbors who were in need.

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