- Edward Bou·ve·rie [boo-vuh-ree] /ˈbu və ri/, 1800–82, English clergyman.
- Nathan Marsh,1907–2001, U.S. educator: president of Harvard University 1953–71.
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Examples from the Web for pusey
Mr. Pusey sent for a constable, and informed me I must go to jail.
Dr. Pusey in explanation says that he wished the word to be "ultimately."
In every one of these respects Dr. Pusey is his exact contrary.
He was a close and intimate friend of Keble, of Pusey, and of Manning.Modern Leaders: Being a Series of Biographical Sketches
Dr. Pusey receives a menacing intimation of what his Commentary must not be.Inspiration and Interpretation
- Edward Bouverie (ˈbuːvərɪ). 1800–82, British ecclesiastic; a leader with Keble and Newman of the Oxford Movement
Word Origin and History for pusey
family name, early 13c., from Le Puiset in France.
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