They slaughtered the votaries of the strange worship, and once more the rock was red with blood.
For music is of all arts the one which insists on most co-operation on the part of its votaries.
And yet the honor thus gained has not, we venture to say, been all that its votaries desired.
Its votaries seem to be going to and fro wrapped in sheep's wool.
Saloon service was a little better, and that, too, had its votaries.
The ostrich is wise in comparison with the "System's" votaries in the year 1904.
But to see the votaries of the 'reeling goddess,' after successive nights passed in her temples!
No one has money but the big insurance companies and the "System's" votaries.
Some of the proprietors, and twenty of the votaries, were captured, together with the guilty instruments of their occupation.
The votaries of the saint will get up a petition to have his body moved.
1540s, "one consecrated by a vow," from Latin votum (see vow). Originally "a monk or nun," general sense of "ardent devotee of some aim or pursuit" is from 1591 (in Shakespeare, originally in reference to love).