devoted

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Synonyms for devoted

feeling and expressing affection

given over exclusively to a single use or purpose

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zealous in devotion or affection

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(followed by 'to') dedicated exclusively to a purpose or use

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There is not a gallant figure on this earth,' exclaimed the Blind Girl, holding him in her embrace, 'that I would love so dearly, and would cherish so devotedly, as this
Not passionately, as he would have fought to the death for Skipper, but devotedly would he have fought to the death for Nalasu.
One admission, however, will not be made, namely, that Michael could not love as devotedly, as wholeheartedly, unselfishly, madly, self-sacrificingly as a human.
The poor woman still held fast by some of the principles imparted to her in happier days; and she was devotedly fond of her daughter.
You are not, perhaps, aware, ma'am, that my dog is devotedly attached to your niece.
Van Brandt had every personal advantage that a woman could desire; he was devotedly in love with her; and he felt a grateful affection for her father as the man to whom he owed his life.
Forgive me for having loved you--passionately, devotedly loved you.
Accordingly, this man of no principle, who six years earlier had kept a ballet-girl, and who now, thanks to his position, made himself a seraglio with the pretty wives of the under-clerks, and lived in the world of journalists and actresses, became devotedly attentive all the evening to Celestine, and was the last to leave the house.
And there can be no doubt that Samuel loved his wife devotedly while she lived, and treasured her memory tenderly after her death.
I love you devotedly, Anne," said Diana stanchly, "and I always will, you may be sure of that.
The man doesn't live who trusts you more implicitly, who believes in you more devotedly, than I do.
It is happiness enough to know that we are to be united; and that he really loves me, and I may love him as devotedly, and think of him as often as I please.
Many others may have told you so, but there is no one, Lucille, who is so devotedly, so hopelessly your slave as I.
The young damsel whom he named no sooner heard these words, than deserting a small boy and a very large box by which she was accompanied, and advancing with such precipitation that her bonnet flew off her head, burst into the room, clasped her hands (in which she held a pair of pattens, one in each), raised her eyes devotedly to the ceiling, and shed a flood of tears.
They were mine, by day and night; and with them, came such a rushing torrent of fears, and apprehensions, and selfish regrets, lest you should die, and never know how devotedly I loved you, as almost bore down sense and reason in its course.