devotion en Vietnamita
This astonished Passepartout a little, who remembered all that his master owed to the guide’s devotion.
Good pilgrim, you do wrong your hand too much, Which mannerly devotion shows in this;
But today of all days, we remember the men and women who pay the ultimate price as a result of their devotion.
All her plans for the future were based on the devotion with which she was going to protect her husband, on the solicitude that she was going to dedicate to his crippled condition.
Desnoyers had to interest himself in her apparel with the same devotion, mixing his appreciation of the latest freak of the fashion-monger with his eulogies of Marguerite's beauty.
His wife admired him with enthusiasm as "the most gifted knight in the world." And Desnoyers received their devotion in gratified silence,
The war was awakening religious sentiment in the men and increasing the devotion of the women. The churches were filled. Dona Luisa was no longer confining herself to those of her neighborhood.
Karl, on the other hand, showed the same devotion as before, keeping himself submissively in the background when with his brother-in-law,
Near the head of the bed, Don Marcelo saw lying upon a book of devotions forgotten by his wife, a medallion containing another photograph. It did not belong to his family.
Abbe Mouret's devotion to the Virgin dated from his early youth.
feelings of ardent love: love, devotedness
commitment to some purpose: cultism, fetich, loyalty, commitment, party spirit, allegiance, hobbyism, dedication, fetish
(usually plural) religious observance or prayers (usually spoken silently): Stations, Stations of the Cross, novena, bhakti, supplication, prayer
religious zeal; the willingness to serve God: topolatry, lordolatry, symbololatry, idolatry, worship, veneration, cultism, worship of man, Bible-worship, gynaeolatry, symbolatry, miracle-worship, anthropolatry, symbol-worship, verbolatry, thaumatolatry, grammatolatry, woman-worship, word-worship, bibliolatry, place-worship, gyneolatry