Definition of Puseyite. Meaning of Puseyite. Synonyms of Puseyite

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Definition of Puseyite

Puseyite
Puseyistic Pu"sey*is"tic, Puseyite Pu"sey*ite, a. Of or pertaining to Puseyism.
Puseyite
Puseyite Pu"sey*ite, n. One who holds the principles of Puseyism; -- often used opprobriously.

Meaning of Puseyite from wikipedia

- were also disparagingly referred to as "Newmanites" (before 1845) and "Puseyites" (after 1845) after two prominent Tractarians, John Henry Newman and Edward...
- Edward Bouverie Pusey, a leader of the Oxford Movement. Dodgson was a "Puseyite" and contributed the volume on Tertullian to Pusey's series Library of...
- movement, which, so far as concerned ritual observances, was later called "Puseyite". Through Francis Rivington, the tracts were published by the Rivington...
- also defied his strict Protestant upbringing by joining a High Church Puseyite group of pupils. He then claimed allegiance to the Order of St Benedict...
- grief. Oxfordianism was known po****rly as Puseyism and its adherents as Puseyites. Some occasions when Pusey preached at his university marked distinct...
- Will-o’-the-wisp." "Will o' the wisp" was the anonymous author of Paper Lantern for Puseyites, published in 1843 by Smith, Elder & Co., London. In that anti-Tractarian...
- fellowship at Lincoln College, Oxford, an anti-Puseyite College. Pattison was at this time a Puseyite, and greatly under the influence of John Henry Newman...
- Oxford Movement, alternatively as the Tractarians, or familiarly as the Puseyites. The group was disgusted by the then Church of England and sought to revive...
- sudden death of her fiancé, Charles Holmes, in 1852 she joined a convent of Puseyite Anglican nuns. However, disappointed at not being sent to the Crimean War...
- of Jews into parliament ... and was among the foremost to denounce the Puseyite school of theology". Sumner was president of the Canterbury ****ociation...