Examples of devotee in a Sentence
The nightclub is popular among jazz devotees.
a group of religious devotees
Recent Examples of devotee from the Web
But Chanel's presence at the retailer was often limited to fragrance, much to the disappointment of beauty devotees looking for the perfect haute couture lip.
Still, other devotees are working on metamorphoses of their own.
This group of 20 or so devotees hung on the maestro’s every word.
The owner of a stately blue Sacramento house used as a filming location now has droves of devotees taking selfies outside her window on a kind of pilgrimage.
Now, that's something her league of devotees can surely get behind.
Smart-city devotees all over this world will agree that London is particularly smart.
The result is a visually stunning, severe look that can send chills up the spines of even the most adventurous beauty devotee.
The result is a story both dilettante and devotee can enjoy.
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First Known Use of devotee
addict, aficionado (also afficionado), buff, bug, enthusiast, fan, fanatic, fancier, fiend, fool, freak, habitué (also habitue), head, hound, junkie (also junky), lover, maniac, maven (also mavin), nut, sucker;
DEVOTEE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of devotee for English Language Learners
: a person who enjoys or is interested in something very much
: a person who has very strong loyalty to a particular religion or religious figure
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