devoted

adjective
de·​vot·​ed | \ di-ˈvō-təd How to pronounce devoted (audio) , dē- \

Definition of devoted

: characterized by loyalty and devotion a devoted fan he is devoted to her

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Other Words from devoted

devotedly adverb
devotedness noun

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Examples of devoted in a Sentence

a rock star's most devoted fans The TV show has a devoted following.
Recent Examples on the Web The Princess hopes the European skin-care brand with the devoted following will set the resort apart from others in the Valley. Melissa Yeager, The Arizona Republic, 29 July 2021 But Lounsbury — who worked for Ricci at Stumptown — said his old boss is a good fit at Dutch Bros, again managing the growth of a coffee brand with a devoted following and a new private equity investor. oregonlive, 28 July 2021 But thanks to persistent airings on basic cable, Clifford built a small, devoted following. Rob Turbovsky, Vulture, 26 July 2021 At Oleana in Cambridge, the vegetable tasting menu has had a devoted following, featuring an assortment of mezze plus dessert. BostonGlobe.com, 17 July 2021 And this volatility is why as McIlory makes his way around the 18 holes, perhaps attracts such a devoted following, with crowds six or seven deep cramming round greens to cheer on the 32-year-old. Ben Morse, CNN, 16 July 2021 Miller, who died in 2013 of a stroke at age 57, had his own devoted following. Thor Christensen, Dallas News, 15 July 2021 Despite the lack of brick-and-mortar locations in Alaska for these companies, and others with a devoted following nationwide, options for similar goods and services abound locally. Morgan Krakow, Anchorage Daily News, 13 July 2021 Shelly Westerhausen Worcel is a writer/photographer who developed a devoted following with her meat-free food blog, Vegetarian ‘Ventures (www.vegetarianventrues.com). Beth Segal, cleveland, 8 July 2021

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First Known Use of devoted

1586, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for devoted

see devote

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The first known use of devoted was in 1586

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“Devoted.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/devoted. Accessed 17 Sep. 2021.

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devoted

adjective

English Language Learners Definition of devoted

: having strong love or loyalty for something or someone

devoted

adjective
de·​vot·​ed | \ di-ˈvō-təd \

Kids Definition of devoted

1 : completely loyal devoted supporters and admirers
2 : affectionate, loving a devoted parent

Other Words from devoted

devotedly adverb The smallest pup, … struggling to her feet, followed him devotedly. — Jean Craighead George, Julie of the Wolves

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