Unreverently

Un`rev´er`ent`ly


adv.1.Irreverently.
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What greater impudency then to handle reverent matters so unreverently? A notable kind of confuting, no doubt, specially in Divinitie to leave sound arguments, and to affect stale jests and balde toyes, unworthy any witty Stage, and too piperly for Tarletons mouth.
I am very sory to knowe and here, how unreverently that moste precious juel the worde of God is disputed, rymed, sung and jangeled in every Alehouse and Taverne, contrary to the true meanings and doctrine of the same.