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Devotee vs. Devout

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Devoteenoun

An ardent enthusiast or admirer.

‘He was a devotee of Arnold Schwarzenegger.’; ‘a devotee of classical music’;

Devoutadjective

Devoted to religion or to religious feelings and duties; pious; extremely religious.

Devoteenoun

(religion) A fanatical or zealous believer in a particular religion or god.

‘devotees of Krishna’; ‘devotees thronged the temple’;

Devoutadjective

(archaic) Expressing devotion or piety.

‘devout sighs; devout eyes; a devout posture’;

Devoteenoun

(slang) Someone with an amputee fetish.

Devoutadjective

Warmly devoted; hearty; sincere; earnest.

‘devout wishes for one's welfare’;

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Devoteenoun

One who is wholly devoted; esp., one given wholly to religion; one who is superstitiously given to religious duties and ceremonies; a bigot.

‘While Father Le Blanc was very devout he was not a devotee.’;

Devoutnoun

(obsolete) A devotee.

Devoteenoun

an ardent follower and admirer

Devoutnoun

(obsolete) A devotional composition, or part of a composition; devotion.

Devoutadjective

Devoted to religion or to religious feelings and duties; absorbed in religious exercises; given to devotion; pious; reverent; religious.

‘A devout man, and one that feared God.’; ‘We must be constant and devout in the worship of God.’;

Devoutadjective

Expressing devotion or piety; as, eyes devout; sighs devout; a devout posture.

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Devoutadjective

Warmly devoted; hearty; sincere; earnest; as, devout wishes for one's welfare.

Devoutnoun

A devotee.

Devoutnoun

A devotional composition, or part of a composition; devotion.

Devoutadjective

devoutly religious;

‘a god-fearing and law-abiding people’;

Devoutadjective

earnest;

‘one's dearest wish’; ‘devout wishes for their success’; ‘heartfelt condolences’;

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