Definition of Devout. Meaning of Devout. Synonyms of Devout

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Definition of Devout

Devout De*vout", n. 1. A devotee. [Obs.] --Sheldon. 2. A devotional composition, or part of a composition; devotion. [Obs.] --Milton.

Meaning of Devout from wikipedia

- devotion, devotional, or devotee may refer to: religion: devotional song devotional literature anglican devotions catholic devotions devotional medal
- the devout communicant may refer to: the devout communicant, an 18th-century franciscan book by pacificus baker 'the devout communicant', a 19th-century
- themselves not to repeat them. although frequency of repenting varies, devout jains often practice pratikraman at least twice a day. there are five types
- haleri near ma****ri which they made as their capital.the haleri kings were devout lin****ats. their origin is traced to veeraraja, a nephew of sadashiva nayaka
- introduction to the devout life (introduction à la vie dévote) was written by st. francis de sales, the first edition being published in 1609. the final
- additionally, by the late 1950s and 1960s when some musicians had become devout, or even practicing clergymen, this was the case for musicians such as reverend
- predecessors' domination of southern britain. he was known as a pious and devout christian king, and he made many grants of land to the church. it was during
- published in 1955 in her short story collection a good man is hard to find. a devout roman catholic, o'connor often used religious themes in her work. the story