Of, relating to, expressive of, or used in devotion, especially of a religious nature.(adjective)
A short religious service.(noun)
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Use "devotional" in a sentence
"What gets my attention, however, is the phrase devotional respect."
"So, when I first started listening to what I identified as a devotional music, not just klemerishe wedding tantses and the like, but Shalos Shudis Niggunim, new ones indifferentiable from ancient ones , in a secular context, I had to wonder: what are they thinking about?"
"He reads the lessons in what he calls a devotional way, which consists in reciting all episodes alike, the song of Deborah or the victories of Gideon, as if they were melancholy and pathetic reflections."