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used in Not Without My Daughter

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very religious; or having enthusiastic support (for something)
  • The more devout Iranian women allowed only a single eye to poke through.
  • Normally I did not bother to cover my head in the privacy of the house, but some of the visitors were apparently more devout than others.
  • A devout man, he never looked at me when he spoke.
  • Much more devout than Essey, she remained fully covered in a chad or even in the privacy of her home.
  • This was academic, for the devout Nasserine and Mammal were conscientious too.

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