Hindi translation of 'devout'
devout /dɪˈvaʊt डिˈव़ाउट्/
A devout person has deep religious beliefs.
They were devout, serious girls.
2. adjective before noun
A devout believer in something supports it very strongly and enthusiastically.
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For one thing, King Edmund was a devout Christian, not the sort of man to conduct illicit affairs.Time of the Wolf
An unostentatiously devout man, that is where he would, in different circumstances, undoubtedly have been.Dare Call It Treason
My mother liked Rodrigo as his family were also devout Catholics, and she invited him home when my father wasn't there.GYPSY MASALA (2004)
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Translation of devout from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary