devotional

[ dih-voh-shuh-nl ]SEE DEFINITION OF devotional

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To secure this effect, the devotional service must be an honest one.

The Christianity of that time had devotional but not humanizing power.

Yet they kept up their devotional exercises without any urging on my part.

Every relationship has its devotional rituals and observances which are important to it.

He rose at six or earlier and at once composed some devotional verse.

Turn'd it more to eating and drinking, than devotional remembrance.

But his devotional poetry is, like that of others, unsatisfactory.

The mothers of Mizora have a devotional love for their children.

She was not of the devotional sort, where it seemed unlikely to be of practical service.

He must have the opportunity of expressing the devotional attitude in worship.

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