Definition (Noun) A person zealously devoted to a particular party, cause, pursuit, etc.; a votary. In Context "The average devotee of this sport is more interested in acquiring a personal collection of rare and beautiful specimens than in gathering them for sale." Albert Carter, "Collecting Butterflies: Thrilling Home Hobby," Popular Science Monthly, January 1935.
Stephanie Whetstone2015-03-30T12:00:14-04:00devotee (dĕv-ə-TĒ)Stephanie Whetstone2015-03-30T12:00:14-04:00