Devoted to religion or to the fulfillment of religious obligations. See Synonyms at religious.(adjective)
Displaying reverence or piety.(adjective)
Sincere; earnest: devout wishes for their success. (adjective)
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Use "devout" in a sentence
"They appreciate devout truths in devout language (I Con 2.13 RSV marginal)."
"Believers ought to assimilate how a assorted tools of their being work or they shall not be equates to to thoughts a devout from a soulical."
"This component contingency not be neglected in devout work."