From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishdevotedde‧vot‧ed /dɪˈvəʊtɪd $ -ˈvoʊ-/ ●●○AWL adjective1LOVEFAITHFULgiving someone or something a lot of love and attentiona devoted fatherdevoted toIsabella was devoted to her brother.2dealing with, containing, or being used for only one thing syn dedicateddevoted toa museum devoted to photography3strongly supporting someone or something because you admire or enjoy themBeckham’s devoted fansThe journal had a devoted following of around 1,000 subscribers. —devotedly adverb
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devoted• Thousands of devoted fans waited in the rain for the group to arrive.• Mark is a devotedfather.• They remaineddevoted friends for many years.• Jamie would take it badly, he was a devotedhusband and father if ever Haney saw one.• He described Mr Edwards as "a good man and a devoted husband."• Since she was utterly devoted to my father, her children inevitably took second place.• With the support of his devotedwife, he carried on writing until the age of 73.devoted to• a museumdevoted tophotographydevoted fans• Jessie is played by Kirstie Alley of Cheersfame, but even her devoted fans may be disappointed.• Look at some of these gifts, as devoted fans of his might call them.