Devote

De·vote' transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Devoted ; present participle & verbal noun Devoting .] [ Latin devotus , past participle of devovere ; de + vovere to vow. See Vow , and confer ...
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Devote

De·vote' adjective [ Latin devotus , past participle ] Devoted; addicted; devout. [ Obsolete] Milton.
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Devote

De·vote' noun A devotee. [ Obsolete] Sir E. Sandys.
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devote

1. To appropriate by vow; to set apart or dedicate by a solemn act; to consecrate; also, to consign over; to doom; to evil; to devote one to destruction; the city was devoted to the flames. 'No devoted thing that a man shall devote unto the Lord . . . Shall be sold or redeemed.' (Lev. Xxvii. 28) ... 2. To execrate; to curse. ... 3. To give up wholl...
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devote

verb set aside or apart for a specific purpose or use; `this land was devoted to mining`
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Devote

• (a.) Devoted; addicted; devout. • (v. t.) To give up wholly; to addict; to direct the attention of wholly or compound; to attach; -- often with a reflexive pronoun; as, to devote one`s self to science, to one`s friends, to piety, etc. • (v. t.) To execrate; to curse. • (n.) A devotee. • (v. t.) To appropriate by vow; to s...
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