Devoted in a sentence

Definition of Devoted

Vowed; dedicated; consecrated. | Strongly emotionally attached; very fond of someone or something. | Zealous; characterized by devotion.

How to use Devoted in a Sentence?

  • Dayman was devoted to her, and insisted on marrying her, and bringing up her daughter as his own.
  • He carried it with him as a devoted Romanist wears a sacred scapulary next to the heart.
  • Though some small dirigibles exist, American attention is mainly devoted to aeroplanes.
  • General Wayne, ever active, devoted his time to procuring necessary supplies for the army.
  • Freeling's leisure was devoted to the formation of a curious and valuable library.
  • The office and salesrooms are on the ground floor, while the rest of the building is devoted to manufacturing.
  • The office and salesrooms are on the ground floor; the rest of the building is devoted to manufacturing.
  • He thought that obviously no man of that sort could be worthy of such a woman's devoted fidelity.
  • He told me that his time was now entirely devoted to study and reflection, and that he was just then writing a treatise on morals.
  • But whether he was near her or not, she was always conscious of his enveloping care, his devoted watchfulness.
  • I am he to whom the red men devoted this spot, and now and then roasted a white man by way of sweet-smelling sacrifice.
  • Notwithstanding the arduous nature of her work and her exceedingly delicate health, she devoted her leisure hours to literary composition.
  • He would have learned more had he followed her desires, and devoted the time when she was engaged in teaching to his books; but this he did not do.
  • His house servants were obliged occasionally to work on the estate, and part of the pleasure grounds were ploughed up and devoted to husbandry.
  • The increased war utility of aircraft has necessitated an extension of the pages devoted to organisation of military aviation, etc.
  • But his time, when unoccupied at the office, was principally devoted to metaphysical research and the history of philosophical opinion.
  • Nay, that they are, and were, created for the express purpose of being devoted to death, spiritual and eternal.
  • She was devoted to the service of the King, in whom she had never been able or willing to see wrong.
  • He is just an overgrown, spoilt child, devoted to amusements, and following his fancy wherever it leads him.
  • He stopped there some time to take into his service some more persons whom he might make Devoted both in heart and body.
  • They were indeed at the other extreme of the scale, two active self-centred people, excessively devoted to the public service.
  • Rupert took her defection good-naturedly, and devoted himself to Haidee, who rebuffed him and sulked.
  • His sleek rosy cheek was scored by trickling furrows, which were ascribed to the nails of my intrepid and devoted Columbine.
  • Arthur devoted himself to the care of her, and never left us, or I do not see how we could have gone through it all.
  • Cleopatra herself could have devoted no more time to the care of her body than did the ex-Mrs. Calloway.
  • Mrs. Yorke was, in her way, devoted to her daughter, and had a definite and what she deemed an exalted ambition for her.
  • I am far from blaming, as many have blamed, the political and civic activity to which Virchow has indefatigably devoted his best powers.
  • He surely had no ordinary mind who could ask but two devoted adherents to shake the throne of the house of Seljook, then at the acme of its power.
  • Clement forthwith created twelve new cardinals, all creatures of Philip, whose most devoted slave the pope showed himself to be on all occasions.

Short Example Sentence for Devoted

  • Jacob Poole had become his devoted admirer.
  • Such is the candid confession of this devoted Calvinist.
  • The next two days Hubert devoted entirely to his play.
  • Gee devoted himself to lighting a cigarette and keeping quiet.
  • Most of his early poems were devoted to a current political issue.
  • This chapter is devoted to the primary cell or battery alone.
  • Did they understand how much depended upon the rescue of the devoted town?
  • For the next hour, the two men devoted themselves to the child.
  • She is an excellent woman, a kind and excellent and devoted woman.
  • And he wasn't so devoted to Harding as all that, you know.
  • I am, with high esteem, your devoted friend, BEETHOVEN.

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