adverb see pietistic

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  • pietism — [pī′ə tiz΄əm] n. [Ger pietismus: see PIETIST] 1. [P ] the beliefs and practices of the Pietists 2. an exaggerated pious feeling or attitude pietistic [pī΄ətis′tik] adj. pietistical pietistically adv …   English World dictionary

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