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synonyms for pietistic

  • pietistical
  • angelic
  • believing
  • blessed
  • chaste
  • clean
  • consecrated
  • dedicated
  • devoted
  • devotional
  • devout
  • divine
  • faithful
  • faultless
  • glorified
  • god-fearing
  • godlike
  • godly
  • good
  • hallowed
  • humble
  • immaculate
  • innocent
  • just
  • moral
  • perfect
  • pious
  • prayerful
  • pure
  • religious
  • revered
  • reverent
  • righteous
  • sacrosanct
  • sainted
  • saintlike
  • saintly
  • sanctified
  • seraphic
  • spiritual
  • spotless
  • sublime
  • uncorrupt
  • undefiled
  • untainted
  • unworldly
  • upright
  • venerable
  • venerated
  • virtuous
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Pecuniary profit he had never sought, and its pursuit he scorned.196 His views were dynamico-organic, pietistic, and antagonistic.
AN EPITOME OF THE HISTORY OF MEDICINEROSWELL PARK
As long as the work was mostly in country villages the preaching was naturally of the Pietistic type.
HISTORY OF THE MORAVIAN CHURCHJ. E. HUTTON
It shows that there is some individuality developed among them, and that they will not become too exclusively pietistic.
THE ATLANTIC MONTHLY, VOLUME 14, NO. 86, DECEMBER, 1864VARIOUS
High office could only be acquired by becoming a servile instrument of the pietistic party, which was headed by the king.
THE PRUSSIAN TERRORALEXANDRE DUMAS
He never stooped to pietistic clap-trap, or chanted the jaunty chauvinism that has so often caused the Hoosier stars to blink.
ATLANTIC CLASSICSVARIOUS
There was a famous squire in Hertfordshire whose love of his dinner was constantly at war with his pietistic traditions.
FIFTEEN CHAPTERS OF AUTOBIOGRAPHYGEORGE WILLIAM ERSKINE RUSSELL
With his Pietistic views Brorson naturally deplored such a misuse of the season.
HYMNS AND HYMNWRITERS OF DENMARKJENS CHRISTIAN AABERG
The end was that he went regularly every Sunday to church, and the house was flooded with pietistic writings.
THE SON OF A SERVANTAUGUST STRINDBERG
The later German hymn-writers of the 19th century belong, generally, to the revived “Pietistic” school.
ENCYCLOPAEDIA BRITANNICA, 11TH EDITION, VOLUME 14, SLICE 2VARIOUS
His Moravian origin and Pietistic training he could never forget; nor do we believe he attempted it.
HISTORY OF RATIONALISM EMBRACING A SURVEY OF THE PRESENT STATE OF PROTESTANT THEOLOGYJOHN F. HURST
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