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devout
used in For Whom the Bell Tolls

3 uses
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Definition devoted (having enthusiastic belief and supporting) — usually to a religion
  • "Oh, obscenity them," Primitivo said with an absolute devoutness of blasphemy, tears in his eyes and his cheeks twitching.
    Chapter 25 (39% in)
  • This man Blanquet was a man of extreme seriousness and furthermore very devout.
    Chapter 19 (46% in)
  • Lieutenant Berrendo was a very devout Catholic.
    Chapter 27 (69% in)

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