noun, plural vo·ta·ries.Also vo·ta·rist.
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How dearly has it cost its votaries, even from the sin of Cain, the first offender in this kind!Essays on Various Subjects|Hannah More
The latter issued proclamations against the profession of the faith, and inflicted most cruel punishments on its votaries.Japan|Various
The study of the History of Chemistry as an art, or as a science, is one which possesses peculiar fascination for its votaries.On the Antiquity of the Chemical Art|James Mactear
The world is going to lose a great many of its votaries next Sabbath.New Tabernacle Sermons|Thomas De Witt Talmage
Its votaries calmly state that their business is not to teach religion.Indian Home Rule|M. K. Gandhi