OTHER WORDS FROM PietismPi·e·tist, nounpi·e·tis·tic, pi·e·tis·ti·cal, adjectivepi·e·tis·ti·cal·ly, adverb
How to use Pietism in a sentence
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 Medicine|Roswell Park
As long as the work was mostly in country villages the preaching was naturally of the Pietistic type.History of the Moravian Church|J. E. Hutton
It shows that there is some individuality developed among them, and that they will not become too exclusively pietistic.
High office could only be acquired by becoming a servile instrument of the pietistic party, which was headed by the king.The Prussian Terror|Alexandre Dumas
He never stooped to pietistic clap-trap, or chanted the jaunty chauvinism that has so often caused the Hoosier stars to blink.Atlantic Classics|Various