Definition of devoted
: characterized by loyalty and devotion a devoted fan he is devoted to her
Examples of devoted in a Sentence
a rock star's most devoted fans
The TV show has a devoted following.
Recent Examples of devoted from the Web
The guitar is being sold by devoted Deadhead Daniel Pritzker.
Diane Lowry Oakes, Lowry’s daughter, remembered him as a devoted grandfather, who could spend hours down on the ground pushing toy trains around with his grandsons.
Other methods of early childhood education will most likely continue to thrive, counting on devoted legions of parents.
Peters, who was originally from Colorado but spent nearly his whole Navy career in San Diego, was devoted to his work, Moore said.
Maddon, holding a camouflage cap in honor of Memorial Day, seized the moment to stress that more time should be devoted to those who protect and have served for this county.
Devoted lifeguard Mitch Buchanan butts heads with a brash new recruit.
Dwayne Johnson plays the devoted lifeguard Mitch Buchannon, who clashes with the brash rookie Matt Brody, played by Zac Efron.
The actual mechanism of the screen is interesting as well, making use of a mirror in order to let light in from the top, thereby saving battery power that might otherwise have to be devoted to backlighting.
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Origin and Etymology of devoted
First Known Use: 1586
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Definition of devoted for English Language Learners
: having strong love or loyalty for something or someone
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