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Definition of Puseyism

  • The principles of Dr. Pusey and others at Oxford, England, as exhibited in various publications, esp. in a series which appeared from 1833 to 1841, designated “ Tracts for the Times;” tractarianism. See Tractarianism.
  • principles of the founders of the Oxford movement as expounded in pamphlets called `Tracts for the Times'

How to use puseyism in a sentence. Puseyism pronunciation.

But on the whole _Universal Puseyism_ seemed to me the humor of German, especially of Berlin thinkers;-and I had some quite portentous specimens of that kind,-unconscious specimens of four hundred quack power!
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The folly of a few scholastics at Oxford has created all the hue and cry of Puseyism, and invigorated the hopes of Rome.
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The very name reminds one of Popery, Puseyism, and Pugin.
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Y is sliding into Puseyism.
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Now the Squirradical, like the vast majority of the more manly, had drawn knowledge at the wells of Cambridge-he was wooden spoon in the year 1850; and the flag upon the houseboat streamed on the afternoon air with the colours of that seat of Toryism, that cradle of Puseyism, that home of the inexact and the effete Oxford.
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A little earlier, Puseyism and a primitive form of socialism were in vogue with the intellectuals.
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Examples of Puseyism

Example #1
Spartanism I saw or fancied in them, were the class of people that pleased me best.
Example #2
Of learned professors, I saw little, and that little was more than enough.
Example #3
These men at Oxford have poisoned the minds of a few of their pupils, and in the upper walks of life some sympathy is seen with views that seem at least semi-Papistical.
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The people of England are Protestant to the heart's core.
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The few consisted of what might easily have been a cartload of snow, which passed them with a rush, fortunately on the opposite side of the gully.
Example #6
She was an amiable woman, whom he liked and laughed at.