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Definitions for devotee
ˌdɛv əˈti, -ˈteɪdevo·tee

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Princeton's WordNet

  1. fan, buff, devotee, lovernoun

    an ardent follower and admirer


  1. devoteenoun

    An ardent enthusiast or admirer

    Etymology: From devotee

  2. devoteenoun

    A fanatical or zealous believer in a particular religion or god

    Etymology: From devotee

Webster Dictionary

  1. Devoteenoun

    one who is wholly devoted; esp., one given wholly to religion; one who is superstitiously given to religious duties and ceremonies; a bigot


  1. Devotee

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of devotee in Chaldean Numerology is: 9

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of devotee in Pythagorean Numerology is: 4

Examples of devotee in a Sentence

  1. Katie Nicholl:

    … I wrote about how Harry cut out junk food after he met Meghan, who loves to eat ‘lean, clean and green’ foods, the American actress, who prides herself on a healthy-eating regimen and is a devotee of daily yoga sessions, is said to have emptied out the contents of Harry’s fridge and cupboards when she moved into his Nottingham Cottage bachelor pad, binning his favorite calorific treats.

  2. Mickey Mehta:

    Teachers teach, preachers preach, but masters communicate all with their being.Students qualify and earn, disciples follow and learn, but devotees simply absorb in their compassionate seeing. Be a devotee, evolve and be liberalized , get MickeyMized.

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