non-devout


non-devout

adjective, de·vout·er, de·vout·est.

  1. devoted to divine worship or service; pious; religious: a devout Catholic.
  2. expressing devotion or piety: devout prayer.
  3. earnest or sincere; hearty: He had a devout allegiance to the political regime.

adjective

  1. deeply religious; reverent
  2. sincere; earnest; heartfelta devout confession

adj.early 13c., from Old French devot “pious, devoted, assiduous,” from Latin devotus “given up by vow, devoted,” past participle of devovere “dedicate by vow” (see devotion).

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