- n. Plural form of devotee.
“The task for teachers and London scholars/devotees is to make others aware of what London managed to produce in his brief life.”
“I just wish a character who is wise and focused on a world outside her own desires could have joined this most recent blast of bling and couture to leave long-term devotees with any message other than aging is depressing, marriage is depressing, children are depressing, and complaining about all three relentlessly is boring.”
“Reply everyone needs a break once in a while, but I say this community of devotees is growing and about to hold you accountable. by serena”
“The rally has been known for its wilder days but it, like its devotees, is getting on in years.”
“Certain English devotees of Nikita have actually been to Cetinje, have, as they proudly tell us, been embraced by him and have enormously admired his alfresco audiences when he settled all manner of problems to the perfect satisfaction of these tourists.”
“It was the property of that particular order of which Malappa was the head, and devotees from the length and breadth of India sojourned there awhile, whenever the service of the gods brought them thitherwards.”
“This bit of a re-think may disturb long-term devotees who'd like their wrangling protagonists to remain as they were.”
“(Assuming Historical Fragments was republished in 4627 Anno Domini, it is comforting to printed word devotees to imagine that books will still be published so far in the future.)”
“She transcends the normal division of social strata found yet today in Mexico, and her devotees are the rich and humble, the industrialized and the farmer, the educated and the illiterate, the religious and the cynical.”
“Those of us in the outside world, who have got identified as devotees of Sri Aurobindo in our respective social and professional world, have a responsibility to represent the ideals and works of Sri Aurobindo as faithfully as possible.”
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