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synonyms for pietism

  • adherence
  • adoration
  • affection
  • allegiance
  • ardor
  • attachment
  • consecration
  • constancy
  • dedication
  • deference
  • devotedness
  • devoutness
  • earnestness
  • enthusiasm
  • faithfulness
  • fealty
  • fervor
  • fidelity
  • fondness
  • intensity
  • love
  • observance
  • passion
  • piety
  • piousness
  • religionism
  • religiosity
  • religiousness
  • reverence
  • sanctity
  • service
  • sincerity
  • spirituality
  • worship
  • zeal
  • devotement
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antonyms for pietism

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  • animosity
  • apathy
  • coldness
  • coolness
  • dishonesty
  • dislike
  • disloyalty
  • disregard
  • disrespect
  • enmity
  • hate
  • hatred
  • inconstancy
  • indifference
  • insincerity
  • lethargy
  • treachery
  • unsteadiness
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How to use pietism in a sentence

With the same charms as Mademoiselle de Voss, she had the same jumble of pietism and virtue.
GERMAN PROBLEMS AND PERSONALITIESCHARLES SAROLEA
Brought up in an atmosphere of pietism, the natural reaction led him into a kind of romantic atheistic unbelief.
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Pietism and sentimentalism have supplanted in a large measure the ethical.
RELIGION AND THE WARVARIOUS
The severe pietism of that belief had never strongly appealed to him.
VONDEL'S LUCIFERJOOST VAN DEN VONDEL
As to religion, Sainte-Beuve, having had his phase of pietism even, ended by becoming a blank unbeliever.
FRENCH CLASSICSWILLIAM CLEAVER WILKINSON
Sometimes, it is true, his tenderness verges on weakness, his devoutness on pietism.
TUSCAN SCULPTURE OF THE FIFTEENTH CENTURYESTELLE M. HURLL
She returned to Nohant in 1820, and soon threw off her pietism in the outdoor exercises of a wholesome country life.
MAUPRATGEORGE SAND
There is no trace of ascetism in their strong, well-developed figures, and in their faces no suggestion of an unhealthy pietism.
THE MADONNA IN ARTESTELLE M. HURLL
An outgrowth of mediæval pietism, it was superseded by more popular subjects, and has never since been revived.
THE MADONNA IN ARTESTELLE M. HURLL
Like all violent revivals of pietism, it produced a no less violent reaction.
SKETCHES AND STUDIES IN ITALY AND GREECE, SECOND SERIESJOHN ADDINGTON SYMONDS
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WORDS RELATED TO PIETISM

  • devotion
  • godliness
  • holiness
  • pietism
  • piety
  • piousness
  • religiosity
  • reverence
  • spirituality
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