devote

[ dih-voht ]SEE DEFINITION OF devote

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To that end we will devote our strength, our resources, and our firmness of resolve.

How many hours in the twenty-four do you devote to your needle?

I swear that, laying aside all other ends, to that sole purpose I will devote my days.

Devote, then, ye mothers of Israel, devote your babes to piety and God!

Shall we hesitate to devote to him whatever he claims, or whatever we can bestow?

As who should say, I devote him to the celestial Powers as an immortal artist!

You no sooner began to devote yourself to the pursuit of wealth than you got Pressure.

On Sunday, the 23rd, all was ready, and it was resolved to devote the entire day to rest.

You no sooner began to devote yourself to the pursuit of wealth, than you got Pressure.

I then decided to take a studio and devote myself to sculpture.

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