Examples of devotee in a Sentence
The nightclub is popular among jazz devotees.
a group of religious devotees
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For devotees who worship at the altar of Master Chief, the Xbox One X is an offering that optimizes the Xbox experience.
The story, too, is something a teenaged devotee of trashy fiction might imagine.
Fans in the bowl at Notre Dame Stadium estimated that at least 35 percent of the crowd wore red and black, meaning that more than 25,000 Georgia devotees got tickets — tripling the school's allotment.
In fact, its devotees are so passionate it's sometimes accused of being cult-like.
Annakut, as practiced throughout BAPS Mandirs worldwide, is a devotion where numerous vegetarian food dishes are prepared by devotees and offered to the Mandir’s sacred images.
Founded in the ’70s, the Movement of Spiritual Inner Awareness once boasted devotees like Arianna Huffington and Beach Boy Carl Wilson.
Dick’s said in March that its new restaurant would be in South King County, after three weeks of online voting by Dick’s devotees.
As news of the verdict got out his devotees went on the rampage; at least 38 people died.
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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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