Related formsPu·sey·is·ti·cal, Pu·sey·is·tic, adjectivePu·sey·ite [pyoo-zee-ahyt] /ˈpyu ziˌaɪt/, noun
Examples from the Web for puseyism
They seemed to feel that the fortunes of the Papacy would turn mainly upon the fortunes of Puseyism in England.Pilgrimage from the Alps to the Tiber|James Aitken Wylie
It is also but too possible that Puseyism nay yet rend the English establishment by a similar convulsion.
With all its Puseyism and ritualism, England seems to have little real inclination toward the doctrines of Rome.Modern Leaders: Being a Series of Biographical Sketches|Justin McCarthy
It is not wonderful that Puseyism should share in this universal indulgence.
And no Puseyism either: broad, earnest religious teaching, with a leaning to moderate Anglicanism, should be the faith of Lupton.The Secret Glory|Arthur Machen