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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


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A person who has given him or herself up to something or someone. Someone who enjoys or admires someone or something very much. Also: A very religious person.

Usage examples (38)
  • She is a devotee of baseball.
  • My dad, the Fox “News” devotee, is a huge fan of Kiplings, having grown up in the British Empire himself.
  • I'm a long term devotee of CGM, having used it on a virtually continuous basis for over three and a half years.
  • Mr. Williams, who appears to be a conspiracy devotee, is rightly concerned about the influence of money in American political campaigns. for more
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