Examples of devotee in a Sentence
The nightclub is popular among jazz devotees.
a group of religious devotees
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Even die-hard butter devotees admit that olive oil makes exceptionally good cakes.
By Paris Fashion Week, editors and fashion devotees of all sorts have had quite a stylish run.
Brothers and cigar devotees Steven and Binh Phan used to run Mile Square’s Bu Da Lounge, a cigar bar/restaurant/nightclub that closed after the Phans sold it in April.
While there are more lower-calorie wines on the horizon for Cense, white wine devotees in particular have a reason to toast the brand's first launch.
The second Chicago Architecture Biennial, as with many art and design expos, talks first and foremost to insiders in a coded language significant to professionals and devotees.
In another scene, African-American NYPL devotees brainstorm improvements to their kids’ education system.
Prager, a lifelong classical-music devotee, has, through his guest-conducting efforts, helped a number of orchestras raise operating funds and reach a wider audience.
Only devotees of Friedman’s strict monetarism could deny that the new leaders will have a tough act to follow.
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First Known Use of devotee
Synonymsaddict, aficionado (also afficionado), buff, bug, fan, enthusiast, fanatic, fancier, fiend, fool, freak, habitué (also habitue), head, hound, junkie (also junky), lover, maniac, maven (also mavin), nut, sucker
Related Wordsgroupie; admirer, amateur, collector, connoisseur, dilettante; authority, expert; adherent, convert, cultist, disciple, follower, hanger-on, votary; advocate, apostle, backer, champion, evangelist, exponent, friend, patron, promoter, proponent, supporter; partisan (also partizan), zealot; booster, rooter, well-wisher; faddist
Near Antonymsnonadmirer; belittler, carper, critic, detractor
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