Definition of Hussitism in English:

Hussitism

noun

  • See Hussite

    • ‘The city became the cradle of the radical line of Hussitism after the year 1420.’
    • ‘The memory of the Huss movement had not completely died out in Poland, and the similarity of Luther's teachings with Hussitism made them popular.’
    • ‘It may be argued that Hussitism failed to spread due to the death of its leading exponent.’
    • ‘But certainly after years of warlike and spiritual struggling with powers of the counterreformation, Hussitism weakened inside and out.’
    • ‘The cult of worshiping the saints in the Catholic Church was interrupted by Hussitism and its revival.’