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Use "devoutness" in a sentence
"Where circumstances are favorable, this proclivity is apt to express itself in a certain servile devotional fervor and a punctilious attention to devout observances; it may perhaps be better characterized as devoutness than as religion."
"The original film was subject to the censorship mores of the time - a consideration that meant that the book's Catholic themes (Pinkie is afflicted with a peculiar kind of devoutness), and some of its more violent scenes (a murder by choking on a stick of Brighton rock), were dampened or excised."
"But there was something puzzling about their devoutness."