From King Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Religion
ungodlyun‧god‧ly /ʌnˈɡɒdli $ -ˈɡɑːd-/ adjective 1 [only before noun]ANNOY unreasonable and annoyingat an ungodly hour (=very early in the morning or very late at night) Why did you wake me up at such an ungodly hour?2 literaryRRADMIRE# showing a lack of respect for God
Examples from the Corpus
ungodlyShe states that those who are perceived as the enemy are often viewed as immoral, even ungodly.The ungodly congregation knelt with their faces bowed to the floor.Why did you wake me up at such an ungodly hour?There are many more twists to this bowl of pasta, which might easily have been an ungodly mess.But Paul is claiming that attitudes are everything, and ongoing dissatisfaction can be a very ungodly outlook.Confusion was ungodly, the hour was ungodly, and Barnabas had lately begun to snore in an alternate bass and baritone.He moved slowly round the perimeter staring at the seven disciples who had so far survived the ungodly war.Wearing a police uniform did not sanitize a working man from ungodly ways.