Definition of Devotements

1. Noun. (plural of devotement) ¹



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Definition of Devotements

1. devotement [n] - See also: devotement

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Devotements

devore
devot
devotaries
devotary
devotchka
devotchkas
devote
devoted
devoted(p)
devotedly
devotedness
devotednesses
devotee
devotees
devotement
devotements (current term)
devoter
devoters
devotes
devoting
devotion
devotional
devotionalities
devotionality
devotionally
devotionals
devotions
devotor
devotors
devots

Literary usage of Devotements

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1. The Roman History, from the Building of Rome to the Ruin of the Commonwealth by Nathaniel Hooke (1830)
"To this message the consuls returned the following answer : " Pyrrhus is not formidable enough to reduce us to devotements. To show how little we fear him, ..."

2. The Biblical Repository and Classical Review. by American Biblical Repository (1843)
"Here the question may arise, with regard to the fact of such devotements. Without entering fully into that subject, it cannot be denied, that some passages ..."

3. The Great Commission: Or, The Christian Church Constituted and Charged to by John Harris, William R. Williams (1858)
"What, then, might we not hope to see result, were deeds added to words, and personal devotements to arguments and professions ! Let them be respectfully ..."

4. An Apology for Promoting Christianity in India by Claudius Buchanan (1814)
"... these self-devotements, he ought, every morning, during the height of the festival, to have visited the Golgotha, or plaee where the dead bodies are ..."

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