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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Religion
votaryvo‧ta‧ry /ˈvəʊtəri $ ˈvoʊ-/ noun (plural votaries) [countable]  RR old-fashioned someone who regularly practises a particular religion
Examples from the Corpus
votaryBefore I can establish whether they are the same votaries as before they disappear into the Horse Guards.Politicians of both parties now regard themselves less as guardians of the Constitution than votaries of virtue.The votary of ahi strives for the greatest good of all, which means that he goes beyond utilitarianism.
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