Definition of Pusey

1. Noun. English theologian who (with John Henry Newman and John Keble) founded the Oxford movement (1800-1882).




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Lexicographical Neighbors of Pusey

Purkinje's system
Purkinje's tissue
Purkinje-cell
Purkinje cell
Purkinje cells
Purkinje fiber
Purkinje network
Purkinjean
Purple
Purple Heart
Purple Hearts
Purus
Purus River
Purvey
Pusan
Pusey
Puseyism
Puseyite
Puseyites
Pushan
Pushkin
Pushto
Pushtu
Pushtun
Puter
Putin
Putinism
Putonghua
Putrajaya
Putre

Literary usage of Pusey

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1. The English Review (1851)
"EB pusey, DD 2. The Church of England leaves her Children free to whom, ... By Dr. pusey' 4. A few Comments on Dr. pusey,s Letter to the Bishop of London. ..."

2. The Life of Frederick Denison Maurice, Chiefly Told in His Own Letters by Frederick Denison Maurice (1884)
"BEFORE the next letter was written, the Tract which he had published had produced its natural effect. Dr. pusey was exceedingly angry. ..."

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