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 long-standing view has been that the first several years of elementary school should be devoted to basic reading skills.
Each year, millions of physician hours are spent on MOC, time that could otherwise be devoted to patients.
Older viewers are even more devoted to local TV news.
Williams plays his devoted mother, and Wahlberg plays a former CIA op who investigates the case.
Modern scholars have adopted a different understanding of Mary Magdalene, and regard her as one of Jesus’ most prominent disciples, who stood by him to the end while his most devoted apostles did not.
And the elders’ most devoted audiences were their much younger kin.
Especially, given how many of our society's resources are now devoted to government.
The rest of the day was devoted to guided visualizations to reinforce goals, an exercise to connect participants with each other and an opportunity to take photos with the speakers.
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DEVOTED Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of devoted for English Language Learners
: having strong love or loyalty for something or someone
DEVOTED Defined for Kids
Definition of devoted for Students
- The smallest pup, … struggling to her feet, followed him devotedly.
- —Jean Craighead George, Julie of the Wolves
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