Definition of Quietists

1. Noun. (plural of quietist) ¹



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Definition of Quietists

1. quietist [n] - See also: quietist

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Quietists

quietened
quietener
quieteners
quietening
quietens
quieter
quieters
quietest
quieting
quietings
quietish
quietism
quietisms
quietist
quietistic
quietists (current term)
quietive
quietives
quietly
quietness
quietnesses
quiets
quietsome
quietude
quietudes
quietus
quietuses
quiffed
quiffing

Literary usage of Quietists

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. A New Universal History of the Religious Rites, Ceremonies and Customs of by William Hurd (1814)
"ACCOUNT OF THE quietists. \Jr F all the secti we have hitherto treated of, ... St. Francis de Sales, a Jesuit says, the quietists are so fully persuaded of ..."

2. The Historical Writings of John Fiske by John Fiske (1902)
"... drawn upon itself the imputation of Socinianism or Deism, and the mystic side, whereby it shows traces of kinship with various sects of quietists. ..."

3. Chapters from the Religious History of Spain Connected with the Inquisition by Henry Charles Lea (1890)
"... prelates of Christendom instructing them to break up all associations of quietists.1 The mandates of the Roman Congregation had no currency in Spain, ..."

4. The Historical Writings of John Fiske by John Fiske (1902)
"... drawn upon itself the imputation of Socinianism or Deism, and the mystic side, whereby it shows traces of kinship with various sects of quietists. ..."

5. Life and Religious Opinions and Experience of Madame de La Mothe Guyon by Thomas Cogswell Upham (1847)
"The advocates of this doctrine called quietists. Of those traits of religious character which seem to be connected with the origin of the name. ..."

6. Life and Religious Opinions and Experience of Madame de La Mothe Guyon by Thomas Cogswell Upham (1847)
"The advocates of this doctrine called quietists. Of those traits of religious character which seem to be connected with the origin of the name. ..."

7. The History of Modern Europe: From the Fall of Constantinople, in 1453, to by Thomas Henry Dyer (1864)
"The quietists, another Roman Catholic sect, was much less important than the ... These circumstances at first threw a suspicion on the French quietists, ..."

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