Definition of Pusey, Edward Bouverie in English:

Pusey, Edward Bouverie

proper noun

  • (1800–82), English theologian. In 1833, while professor of Hebrew at Oxford, he founded the Oxford Movement, and became its leader after the withdrawal of John Henry Newman (1841). His many writings include a series of Tracts for the Times.

Pronunciation

Pusey, Edward Bouverie

/ˈpjuːzi/