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Unwavering vs. Devoted

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Unwaveringadjective

Never doubted; always steady and on course

Devotedverb

simple past tense and past participle of devote

Unwaveringadjective

marked by firm determination or resolution; not shakable;

‘firm convictions’; ‘a firm mouth’; ‘steadfast resolve’; ‘a man of unbendable perseverence’; ‘unwavering loyalty’;

Devotedadjective

Vowed; dedicated; consecrated.

Unwaveringadjective

not showing abrupt variations;

‘spoke in a level voice’; ‘she gave him a level look’;

Devotedadjective

Strongly emotionally attached; very fond of someone or something.

‘Bob and Sara are devoted to their children.’;

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Devotedadjective

Zealous; characterized by devotion.

Devotedadjective

(obsolete) Cursed; doomed.

Devotedadjective

Consecrated to a purpose; strongly attached; zealous; devout; as, a devoted admirer.

Devotedadjective

zealous in devotion or affection;

‘a devoted husband and father’; ‘devoted friends’;

Devotedadjective

(followed by `to') dedicated exclusively to a purpose or use;

‘large sums devoted to the care of the poor’; ‘a life devoted to poetry’;

Devotedadjective

very loving or loyal

‘he was a devoted husband’; ‘Leo was devoted to his job’;

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Devotedadjective

given over to the display, study, or discussion of

‘there is a museum devoted to her work’;

Devoted

Devoted is the sequel to New York Times-bestselling novel Elixir by American entertainer Hilary Duff with Elise Allen. It was published and released to booksellers on October 11, 2011.

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