devoir[ duh-vwahr, dev-wahr; French duh-vwar ]SEE DEFINITION OF devoir
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DEVOIR
She will, once more, have nothing to do with the words dois and devoir.
I will do my devoir to our young queen, and must then proceed on my journey to find the admiral.
“As a loyal Scot you are bound to pay your devoir to her Majesty,” she said.
But he answered that he was all ready thereto, and should do his devoir to the uttermost of his power.
When these ceremonies were done, the marshals of the field bade them do their devoir.
Yea, after I 'm dead, and my devoir is done, Calote assented to him.
I felt that now if ever I should do my devoir as a gentleman.
If we are honourable people, we will do our devoir in this matter.
Ze corsair most do his devoir, ze same as ze sheep national.
On his return he found the knight full ready to continue his devoir.