As long as the work was mostly in country villages the preaching was naturally of the pietistic type.
His mind was sombre and pietistic, and his imagination bizarre and vivid.
Her past pietistic fervors had left her with no memento of consolation.
Then, again, the whole thing is a little too pietistic for ordinary use.
High office could only be acquired by becoming a servile instrument of the pietistic party, which was headed by the king.
There was nothing of the ethereal, the spiritual, the pietistic, or the pathetic about him.
With his pietistic views Brorson naturally deplored such a misuse of the season.
There was pietistic influence in Ritschl's ancestry, as also in Schleiermacher's.
His Moravian origin and pietistic training he could never forget; nor do we believe he attempted it.
Already Perugino had opened a manufactory of pietistic pictures, and was employing many pupils on his works.