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devotion

di voh shuhn

  • n  feelings of ardent love
    their devotion to each other was beautiful
  • n  commitment to some purpose
    the devotion of his time and wealth to science
  • n  religious zeal; the willingness to serve God
  • n  (usually plural) religious observance or prayers (usually spoken silently)
    he returned to his devotions

  • We are confident in our devotion to our country, in our love of freedom, in our inheritance of courage.
  • It taught him to renounce personal desires not by withdrawal from the world but by devotion to the service of his fellow man.
  • The action-figure warriors, of which there are 100, are tucked into spheres that pop open when they're rolled onto a game card, where they gather points and the devotion of .
News & Articles

  • Philly sports fans cheer Ron Jaworski at U.S. Open
    ARDMORE, Pa. — Signs of Philadelphia's famous devotion toward its professional sports teams have been evident in the galleries at the U.S. Open this week. Phillies and Flyers caps are plentiful, a man wore a ragged and old Randall Cunningham … Continue reading ?
    June 15, 2013 - Devil Ball Golf via Yahoo! Sports
  • WATTS: Jones family gets a record muskie shocker
    Keith Jones of St. Clair Shores loves his wife and children unconditionally, but that devotion took on new meaning when the family combined to haul in a record-breaking 45.05-pound muskie on Lake St. Clair - the second largest muskie recorded on the Jewel of the Great Lakes.
    June 15, 2013 - The Oakland Press
  • 'Sightseers' takes a road trip through black-comedy country
    A geeky devotion to roadside attractions might directly correspond to an impulse to murder -- or so it is suggested in "Sightseers," a British black...
    June 14, 2013 - Everett Herald

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