- devonshire cream,
- devonshire split,
Origin of devotee
Examples from the Web for devotee
Fleiss makes the film as a devotee would, depicting Weir in a saintly glow.Bob Weir on Drugged-Out Deadheads and Living in Jerry Garcia’s Shadow|Emily Shire|April 25, 2014|DAILY BEAST
As a new American devotee, this was a profoundly patriotic impulse.
After reading an article about shopping local in 2006, I became a devotee of the online, artisan marketplace.
A devotee, Kreeft gives Lewis the big philosophical guns, and has him trouncing Kennedy and Huxley pretty comprehensively.Three Great Men Died That Day: JFK, C.S. Lewis, and Aldous Huxley|John Garth|November 3, 2013|DAILY BEAST
He was a pothead, a devotee of hip hop, a lifeguard, a high school wrestler, an aspiring dentist.
When the wick sputtered, the devotee trembled in fear of failure.The Grandissimes|George Washington Cable
They began to practise, the one with hope, the other with defiance, Bouvard being convinced that he would never be a devotee.Bouvard and Pcuchet, part 2|Gustave Flaubert
The Master replied, "You are a devotee, your society has so wrought on him through the great grace of Jagannth."Chaitanya's Life And Teachings|Krishna das Kaviraja
He gradually became a devotee to his own method of thinking, and it was his aim not to teach what but how to think.
He is a Hindu devotee, and at the time of our visit he was making a pilgrimage to Benares, the sacred city.A Tour of the Missions|Augustus Hopkins Strong
1640s, from devote, with a French suffix, perhaps on model of assignee. Earlier in this sense was devote (1620s).