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
Around 20 devotees, with wealthy backers, set off for New Mexico to live out their ideals on the banks of the Rio Grande.
These open-air soirées bring out lovebirds of all generations, the clumsy but enthusiastic, and, best of all, dapper, highly proficient devotees (often of a certain age) who come to strut their stuff.
The three states, Rajasthan, Gujarat and Haryana, are home to a large number of Asaram devotees.
Both Musk and Tesla boast legions of loyal devotees, but all the fanboys in the world won’t make a difference if the company can’t hit its numbers.
But for raft fishing devotees, there's nothing like time at a floating cabin.
This summer, South Florida Chopin devotees won’t need to travel to Boston or New York to experience the composer's sting.
In other corners of the Trump-loving Internet, devotees took a different tack.
Royal Albert Hall will stand to see another show, but there was a good two-minute stretch there where over 5,000 Arctic Monkey devotees nearly put its storied structure to the test -- and all in the name of love for their favorite lads.
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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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