Definition of Devoutest

1. Adjective. (superlative of devout) ¹

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Definition of Devoutest

1. devout [adj] - See also: devout

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Devoutest

devots
devour
devourable
devoured
devourer
devourers
devouress
devouresses
devoureth
devouring
devouring(a)
devouringly
devours
devout
devouter
devoutest
devoutful
devoutless
devoutly
devoutness
devoutnesses
devow
devowed
devowing
devows
devs
devshirme
devulgarize
devulgarized
devulgarizes

Literary usage of Devoutest

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1. The Great Tradition: A Book of Selections from English and American Prose by James Holly Hanford (1919)
"... Their life the eddying of her living 0 simple spirit, guided from abo« Dear Lady ! friend devoutest of my с Thus mayest thou ever, evermore rej 2. ..."

2. Duelling Stories of the Sixteenth Century from the French of Brantôme by Pierre de Bourdeille Brantôme, George Herbert Powell (1904)
"... one laughs at the Saint,"1 for he became the devoutest of Huguenots! Apropos of that M. de Sansac, a great captain of his time, when he used to get ..."

3. An impartial history of Ireland, from the period of the English invasion to by Dennis Taaffe (1810)
"mass and catholic religion equal to the devoutest of them, jet he would make the leaders of that dance know, that he preferred his country's good, ..."

4. Alfred, a poem by John Fitchett (1808)
"Rouse to high ardour and devoutest love For their insulted country, eager all To follow the lov'd King to glory' or death. These, thus employ'd, ..."

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